Navigation Links
Elsevier launches SciVerse Applications beta
Date:11/16/2010

bles from an article into Excel, saving time and increasing efficiency
  • My Workflow Search: Enables users to find experimental workflows and connect with people doing similar experiments
  • ODiSSea: Semantically broaden a search utilizing medical and biology ontologies and retrieve relevant results from four commonly used data resources (e.g.,ClinicalTrials.gov, DrugBank, OMIM, Research Crossroads)
  • Quantifind: Allows users to discover a new way of searching, leveraging data rather than traditional keyword search to uncover emerging trends and correlations

    As academic and commercial developers build and share new apps, SciVerse Applications beta will be populated with innovative and tailored solutions. To support the collaboration and ideation of the new applications, the new offering also includes a discussion forum for researchers and librarians who are registered SciVerse users to contribute application ideas as well as an opportunity for developers to connect with each other and commercial companies.

    "Given the quality and scope of Elsevier content as well as its reach within the scientific community, we were excited to collaborate in creating a data analytics application for the SciVerse platform," said Ari Tuchman, CEO and co-founder of Quantifind Inc. "We developed an application that contextualizes and aggregates data from SciVerse to allow researchers to efficiently discover emerging trends and correlations and gain unexpected new insights."


    '/>"/>


  • Contact: Jen Saunders
    jsaunders@psbpr.com
    212-752-8338
    Elsevier
    Source:Eurekalert

    Page: 1 2 3

    Related biology news :

    1. Elsevier partners with the Royal Netherlands Society for Agricultural Sciences
    2. Elsevier announces winners of 3rd Annual Scopus Young Indian Scientist Award
    3. Finalists announced in the Elsevier Grand Challenge
    4. Winners announced in the Elsevier Grand Challenge
    5. Elsevier announces 2008 journal impact factor highlights
    6. Elseviers BrainNavigator research tool to launch new features at Neuroscience 2009 show
    7. Elsevier pilots new research tool Reflect in its premier life science journal Cell
    8. Gold Standard/Elsevier offers timely, reliable drug pricing data, including average wholesale price
    9. Elsevier and Peking University Health Science Center develop new China online CME service
    10. Elsevier pilots PeerChoice in Chemical Physics Letters
    11. Elsevier announces the winner of the Ahmed Zewail prize in molecular sciences
    Post Your Comments:
    *Name:
    *Comment:
    *Email:
    (Date:9/19/2014)... of Oklahoma biology professor will study the unique bioelectric ... could eventually benefit people,s health. The OU researcher ... energy required to produce the signals used to map ... signals at a rate of 500-600 discharges a second ... the electric fish are extreme, but necessary for survival. ...
    (Date:9/19/2014)... over thousands of years has adapted to the arctic cold, ... the cold dangerous for you. , This is happening to ... cold provoking substance, called nonylphenol, comes from the use of ... being a endocrine disruptor, but when entering the worm it ... protect the cells in its body from cold damage. , ...
    (Date:9/18/2014)... State University researchers have developed a unique method to ... cleanup in rural areas. , The first microbe-powered, ... and quick way to clean up waste from large ... pollution. , Professor Haluk Beyenal and graduate student ... Architecture discuss the system in the online edition of ...
    Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Environmental pollutants make worms susceptible to cold 2Environmental pollutants make worms susceptible to cold 3Researchers develop unique waste cleanup for rural areas 2
    ... suggested an alternative way to allocate science funding. The ... depends on a collective distribution of funding by the ... associated with the traditional peer review of grant proposals ... even better results. "Peer review of scientific ...
    ... leading cause of disability worldwide," causing more years of ... combined. In any given year, 5-7% of the world,s ... six people will at some point suffer from the ... scientists still don,t understand the biological mechanisms behind it ...
    ... a new way to study bone disorders and bone ... rare, genetic bone disease. The approach, based on Nobel-Prize ... and tendons progressively turn into bone, and addresses the ... veterans who have suffered blast injuries including traumatic ...
    Cached Biology News:Researchers propose alternative way to allocate science funding 2Scientists find a new mechanism underlying depression 2Scientists find a new mechanism underlying depression 3Stem cells used to model disease that causes abnormal bone growth 2Stem cells used to model disease that causes abnormal bone growth 3
    (Date:9/18/2014)... (PRWEB) September 18, 2014 A novel ... an MRI scanner is currently being tested as part ... Women's Hospital in Boston with the aim of determining ... can make prostate cancer biopsies faster, more accurate, less ... system also has the potential to deliver prostate cancer ...
    (Date:9/18/2014)... Ireland , September 18, 2014 ... and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/czvg3s/biocompatible ) has ... "Biocompatible Materials - Global Strategic Business ... ,     (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769) ,This report analyzes ... in US$ Million by the following ...
    (Date:9/18/2014)... D.C. (PRWEB) September 18, 2014 On ... Durbin and Sen. Jim Risch for National Lab Day ... projects from across the national laboratory system. Durbin and ... which aims to increase awareness of the reach of ... technologies and discoveries to address some of our nation's ...
    (Date:9/18/2014)... 18, 2014 Research and Markets ... "Global N-acetylcysteine Industry Report 2014" report to ... Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth ... N-acetylcysteine industry. The report provides a ... applications and industry chain structure. The N-acetylcysteine market ...
    Breaking Biology Technology:Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 2Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 3Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 4Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 5Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 6Biocompatible Materials - Global Strategic Business Report 2014 2Biocompatible Materials - Global Strategic Business Report 2014 3Lab Day Highlight Labs' Contribution to U.S. Competitiveness and Innovation 2Lab Day Highlight Labs' Contribution to U.S. Competitiveness and Innovation 3Global N-acetylcysteine Industry Report 2014 2
    ... Even the most innovative thinker has a lot of ... to market, attendees learned at the Wisconsin Innovation Service ... University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. , ,Industry leaders, CEOs, lawyers and successful ... just starting out or looking for a way to rise ...
    ... Editors note: This is the first of a series of columns ... and advice on IT leadership and the challenges they face. ... 95 percent of his customers want more of what he has ... ready to meet that demand. , ,David Wallace is the CIO ...
    ... your competitors is easy. The difficult part is finding ... by seeking intelligence instead of information. , ,The differences ... a purpose and a process for gathering information ensures ... merely informative. , ,A well-defined purpose allows you to ...
    Cached Biology Technology:More than ideas needed to make profits, experts say 2MATC faces demand for less paper and more integration 2MATC faces demand for less paper and more integration 3Are you gathering information or intelligence about competitors? 2Are you gathering information or intelligence about competitors? 3
    ...
    ... deuterium atoms at the 9, 10, 12, and ... an internal standard for the quantification of 13(S)-HODE ... by incubation of linoleic acid with plant and ... the adhesion of tumor cells to the endothelium ...
    ... Cells and TriEx Insect Cell Medium are ... constructs. This cell/medium combination has been selected ... high protein expression levels observed specifically with ... note that our Ready-Plaque Sf9 Cells and ...
    ...
    Biology Products: