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UK ConTech Forum scheduled for June 21 - 18 Jun 2019

ConTech Forum, organised by ConTech.Live, explores how content is being transformed through data science, AI and other emerging technologies. Delegates and speakers will participate in highly interactive presentations and discussions making this a must attend event for those looking to explore how data technologies can transform their business. Both new and returning delegates will gain important knowledge and an improved understanding of the world of a data driven content business.

Opening speaker Andrew Anderson will talk about – ‘Using content to communicate to customers that creates bi-directional conversation and then using insights to improve content that create better communications...’

Sami Benchekroun – CEO Morressier says “The shift towards early-stage research has intensified over the past six months. We’ve seen a strong focus in scholarly publishing on structuring and opening up pre-published research to ensure it is trackable and useful to researchers around the world. In this update, find out how technology is helping to achieve this and what trends are coming up next.”

Jo Collins of NEN talks about Standards of the Future – on the road – “Standards of the Future is a major challenge which will fundamentally change how standards are created and used over the next 5-10 years. The serious work has started and it has become immediately clear that the involvement of all ‘interested parties’, users of standards at all stages in the production chain is essential if we are to achieve our goal. One of the fundamental questions, do we take a giant leap or incremental steps, bearing in mind the need to take all our stakeholders with us, including the experts that write the standards?

The full programme and speaker list is available online at https://contechlive.com/contech-forum-2019/.

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Netherland Elsevier launches Current Research journals, new titles will meet growing demand for gold open access - 18 Jun 2019

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, continues to expand its offering of gold open access titles with the launch of Current Research, a series of primary research titles spanning the life and physical sciences. Current Research will serve as a companion to the highly-regarded Current Opinion review journals.

Current Research marks the creation of the Current Opinion and Research (CO+RE) suite of journals and will publish original research and short communications across the life and physical sciences, including research from food science to green and sustainable chemistry topics.

Seven new titles in Biotechnology, Food Science, Immunology, Pharmacology and Drug Discovery, Physiology, Structural Biology and Toxicology have already launched with more titles in development. Each CO+RE journal will leverage the Current Opinion legacy of editorial excellence, high-impact, and global reach—to ensure they are a widely-read resource and become an integral part of a researchers' workflow.

Expert Editors and prestigious Editorial Boards will bring a depth of knowledge and experience to all Current Research titles. Submission and peer review will be fast, and publication of final manuscripts will be instantaneous. Articles published in Current Research journals will enjoy the high visibility and maximum exposure of an industry leading platform that reaches a global audience.

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UK SAGE unveils new Terminology Service with the Social Science Thesaurus - 18 Jun 2019

Housing over 61,000 concepts, SAGE Publishing’s new Terminology Service is a valuable tool to aid researchers in understanding and exploring key concepts.

It launches with the SAGE Social Science Thesaurus, a multidisciplinary vocabulary of the most important concepts in the social sciences that combines concepts, relationships and definitions. Most of this vocabulary has been created by using semantic text mining to put structure around text content published by SAGE.

As a social science publisher, SAGE is constantly looking for ways to support the social science research community. The Social Science Thesaurus, with a vast bank of key concepts and ideas, brings the terminology together into one space. Researchers will now be able to find what they are looking for, as well as related theories, quickly, efficiently and straightforwardly.

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UAE UAE- Wolters Kluwer help healthcare providers in the region gain CME credits with UpToDate mobile app - 18 Jun 2019

Wolters Kluwer, Health has announced that healthcare providers in the GCC can now manage and redeem their Continuing Medical Education (CME), Continuing Education (CE), and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits directly on the UpToDate® mobile app and mobile web. With the near constant flow of new and updated medical research, healthcare professionals are challenged now more than ever to keep up with new evidence and to identify relevant research that changes clinical practice.

To remain current, CME/CE/CPD credits are a key component of clinicians' professional development and directly impacts their practice of medicine. Globally, UpToDate is accredited and recognised as a continuing education resource by colleges, associations, and authorities from around the world.

By providing accessible and reliable continuing education credits, it further highlights the importance of evidence-based decisions in delivering better health for patients.

Various regional accreditation bodies including the Kuwait Institute of Medical Specialization (KIMS), Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS), Department of Health-Abu Dhabi (DOH-AD), Dubai Health Authority (DHA), and the Dubai Healthcare City Authority-Regulatory (DHCR) already recognise CME earned in UpToDate towards continuing professional development.

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US ProQuest launches virtual reality and 360-degree viewing functionality for select videos - 18 Jun 2019

ProQuest has announced the launch of virtual reality (VR) and 360-degree viewing functionality for select videos on the ProQuest search platform, as well as in ProQuest One™ Academic and on the newly redesigned Alexander Street video interface. ProQuest is the first academic streaming video platform to offer VR and 360-degree video. Students can now immerse themselves in their studies through the power of virtual reality.

Using cutting-edge technology from renowned multimedia companies like Within and CNN, these films are shot with omnidirectional cameras. When played on a laptop, they appear panoramic, giving the viewer full control of the playback angle. When played on a mobile phone with VR goggles like Google Cardboard or Daydream, they create a fully immersive experience that places the viewer in the scene.

VR and 360-degree viewing is available for a growing number of documentary films. You can preview the new technology on your computer or phone with clips from Hello, Robot, A Story of a Doctor, Global Warming: Arctic Melt and Step into Infinity, with many more to come soon.

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