Waltham, MA, April 13, 2011 Elsevier, the leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of Methods Navigator. This online research tool enables life scientists to search, access and apply the right method for their research, saving time and producing high-quality results. Methods Navigator joins Elsevier's stable of workflow solutions including Hazmat Navigator, and the award-winning BrainNavigator.
Utilizing sophisticated search and discovery technology, Methods Navigator offers a full range of digital tools that help researchers easily find and use the method or protocol they need for their research, without having to spend time searching in multiple locations. Methods Navigator brings together in a single integrated resource a range of trusted information, among which are Methods in Enzymology, Methods in Cell Biology, Methods Navigator Protocol 'Cookbook', five methods journals and eleven of the leading life sciences journals including Cell and FEBS.
"With Methods Navigator we're continuing to digitize Elsevier's cutting-edge scientific content," said Suzanne BeDell, Managing Director of Elsevier Science & Technology Books. "The successful launch of BrainNavigator and Hazmat Navigator proved that research scientists are eager to use digital tools to enhance the speed and quality of their research."
"Science is about questions, not fields," says Professor Jon Lorsch, Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine and Protocol Cookbook editor. "Methods Navigator makes it easy for cell biologists to do biochemistry, biochemists to do molecular biology and neuroscientists to do biophysics. It's an online scientific boundary remover."
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