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Wiley Unveils ReadCube Checkout For Journals.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (NYSE:JWa, JWb), and ReadCube, a Boston-based publisher technology company, announced today the platform-wide integration of ReadCube Checkout technology across all Wiley journals. Following the successful pilot of ReadCube Checkout earlier this year, Wiley now offers rental, cloud and downloadable article access options for the majority of journal articles – offering…

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ReadCube Unveils New Additions to Its Popular Research Management Platform.

ReadCube is proud to announce the expansion of its suite of scholarly literature tools. Along with a new release of the popular free ReadCube desktop application, ReadCube welcomes the addition ReadCube’s iOS apps, its Word-compatible citation tool (SmartCite), and a premium offering with cloud sync (ReadCube Pro). Since launching its beta version in the end…

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How To Get Organized With Reference Managers for Science – ReadCube

One of the best features of ReadCube, and one I wished existed when I was doing my PhD, is the enhanced PDF feature This feature overlays information about authors, references and supplemental material onto the PDF. Clicking references within the text brings up the related citations in a separate side bar, including links to the…

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Affordable Journal Articles: Labtiva and Nature Publishing Group Open ReadCube Access for the Public

An affordable way to read scientific articles launched today on Nature Publishing Group (NPG) journals, as NPG and Labtiva opened to the public a pilot of the ReadCube Access program for inexpensive single-click purchases and two-day rentals. The program helps researchers, doctors, journalists, and the wider public who do not already hold subscriptions gain access…

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A Plan to Open Up Science Journals

Boston Globe: Science publishing today is much like the pre-iTunes days of music sales, when customers who wanted just one song from an artist had to buy a whole album. University libraries and companies have to buy yearlong subscriptions, called site licenses, to give ­researchers access to a handful of articles. But at several thousand…

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University of Utah, Nature Publishing Group Pilot the “ReadCube” Alternative to Traditional Single Journal Article Purchases

In an effort to eliminate gaps in access to research literature, the software company Labtiva has launched a pilot program that provides libraries and institutions with affordable and instant access to scientific articles in non-subscribed journals. The first participants in the pilot program, called ReadCube Access, are the University of Utah and Nature Publishing Group.…

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Digital Science announces investment in Boston based start-up Labtiva

Digital Science, a division of Macmillan Publishers Ltd., today announced an investment in Boston based start-up Labtiva. The company was founded by two Harvard alumni, Robert McGrath and Sinisa Hrvatin, to help researchers manage their information collections more efficiently, starting with content. Today also marks the public launch of Labtiva’s flagship product ‘ReadCube’ (http://www.readcube.com), a…

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