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Tuesday, 05 March 2024

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Mark Carden deserves congratulations for organising one of the most distinctive conferences on the scholarly calendar. This is a smallish conference, with around 160 attendees, but the attendees—publishers, librarians, and researchers—tend to return, because they know what to expect, and everyone I spoke to agreed it has a special atmosphere.

Taxonomy Boot Camp is once again presenting its Bite-sized series, which provides information on new technologies and insights on taxonomy tools in a webinar format.

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A new agreement with The Wikipedia Library allows volunteer editors to use the latest peer-reviewed research to enhance the quality and reliability of Wikipedia articles.

Over 70 knowledge domains are available for licence to content producers who can use them as they deploy AI systems in their organizations. The knowledge domains cover a wide range of topics, including medicine, engineering, humanities, biology, and chemistry, among others.

The two new titles in its collection of case studies are Animal Science Cases and Food Science and Nutrition Cases. The titles have been launched to answer the need for practical, educational resources in these subject areas. CABI Cases are backed by CABI's longstanding expertise in research and publishing in agriculture, the environment, and the applied life sciences.