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VIVO utilizing Scopus custom data
Date:6/24/2010

Amsterdam, 24 June 2010 Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced today that VIVO has begun a pilot project to evaluate the process by which Scopus Custom Data can be used to populate institutional VIVO instances. The pilot project, carried out by the VIVO development team at the University of Florida, utilizes a Scopus Custom Data dataset and will serve as a proof of concept with respect to integrating Scopus Custom Data into individual VIVO instances for discovery across the VIVO network.

VIVO is a NIH-funded national initiative aimed at connecting scientists and fostering collaboration across academic institutions. The VIVO project enables national networking of scientists through institutional-based installations of its open source semantic web application. VIVO partner institutions currently include Cornell University, where VIVO was first developed; the University of Florida, which is leading the program expansion; Weill Cornell Medical College; Indiana University; Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; The Scripps Research Institute and Ponce School of Medicine, Puerto Rico.

Leveraging the breadth and depth of the raw publication content provided by Scopus Custom Data, an institution will be able to generate more complete bibliographic researcher profiles for display in VIVO. These profiles are the backbone of the VIVO project as they allow scientists to easily and quickly identify peers at institutions across the country with whom they can collaborate based on similar or complimentary research work. It is planned that institutions that choose to utilize Scopus Custom Data datasets to populate their VIVO installations will have the opportunity to purchase a discrete set of bibliographic elements related to the publications of the institution's authors. The installation at the University of Florida will serve as a proof of concept with respect t
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