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  • Are you saving money? Are you productive? Are you using ScienceDirect? 01.02.2017
      image2.jpg Driving innovation while balancing commercial demands can be a challenge in supporting R&D and product development. Corporate researchers tell us that they are under pressure to: Create new ideas and demonstrate commercial viability of productsShorten the time required to make R&D investment go/no-go decisions and meet project milestonesReduce R&D costs and expensive testing […]
  • Sincerely, Your ScienceDirect Team 13.12.2016
    happyholidays.jpg We’re taking a break for the winter holidays, and hope you are too. We’ll return in January 2017 with new posts about ScienceDirect news, tips and information worth sharing. Until then, stay in touch with ScienceDirect on Twitter and Facebook. (P.S. To our Southern Hemisphere friends, enjoy the sunshine.)  
  • Update your browser for better – and more secure – searching on ScienceDirect 30.11.2016
    Last year, we announced that ScienceDirect would no longer support Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) at the start of this year. Now, we announce that effective January 1, 2017, ScienceDirect will no longer support Internet Explorer 9 (IE9). We are making gradual changes to IE support following Microsoft’s announcement earlier this year about its official discontinuation of Internet […]
  • How old is too old? No matter the age, the science matters 27.10.2016
    herritage3.jpg Courtesy of the Elsevier Heritage Collection“I have met young scholars who are not familiar with earlier literature and they think that older works are not as good as newer ones. That is simply not true. Many old scientific papers were very well-written, applied the same scientific rigour, and their processes were just as valid […]
  • Discover more: 5 tips for better searching on ScienceDirect 28.09.2016
    Discovery is at the heart of what you do. Whether you’re a student, a teacher or a researcher, you’re driven to discover information that you don’t yet know about in order to move to the next phase of your work: complete an assignment, update a course syllabus, refine your research direction or add to your […]
  • Standing on the shoulders of giants: sharing research responsibly 31.08.2016
    New discoveries have long been built upon the work of others. It was, after all, Sir Isaac Newton who famously said, “If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.” To continue to empower knowledge and advance science, it is important to share publications. Sharing responsibly means knowing […]
  • Gotta catch a cache: Celebrate the original location-based mobile game this weekend 17.08.2016
    igd.png Pokémon Go has gotten all the attention lately. But this coming Saturday, August 20, ScienceDirect invites you to celebrate the granddaddy of GPS-based games, geocaching, in honor of International Geocaching Day. Geocaching and its underlying technologies touch on a wide variety of disciplines. On ScienceDirect, you can discover publications about “geocaching” in computer science, […]
  • We’ve changed our Top 25 10.08.2016
    We now have new ways for you to discover popular articles and recent publications on ScienceDirect in your major field of research. On the new ScienceDirect homepage, simply scroll to one of the four major subject areas to quickly see what’s trending in: Physical Sciences and EngineeringLife SciencesHealth SciencesSocial Sciences and Humanities 01-image.png Popular Articles and Recent Publications […]
  • Get a jump on reading the latest research with Articles in Press 21.07.2016
    Articles in Press on ScienceDirect are articles that have been accepted for publication in Elsevier journals but have not yet been assigned to specific issues. They’re a great way to read about the latest developments in your research area before articles are officially published. You’ll find three types of Articles in Press on ScienceDirect: Accepted […]
  • Cyanobacteria, Cancer and Renewable Fuel: The many faces of curacin A 26.05.2016
    CuracinA.JPG The Gerwick Laboratory, a multidisciplinary marine biomedical research facility, is very active in the research and discovery of useful compounds produced by marine algae. One of the most promising compounds discovered to date is curacin A. “Curacin A has, on the one hand, a deceptively simple looking structure, but it has many, many things […]

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