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A Patent Specialists community

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Once registered (it is free of charge), Intellogist gives you an access to a wealth of resources: white papers, list of links, a nice tool to compare patent search systems, etc.

wonderful…

http://www.intellogist.com/wiki/Main_Page

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May 11, 2010 at 4:53 pm

Posted in Patents, Science 2.0

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Medical meetings indexing tool

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The Knowledge Discovery platform is one of the rare service to index medical meetings.

This unique platform brings medical meeting presentations and published journal abstracts together in one location“.

Mainly focused on clinical intelligence, it would help for the identification of experts, opinion leaders, competitors, business opportunities, etc.

Medical Intelligence Solutions provides this paid service:

http://www.medintelsolutions.com/ci_q3.aspx

Written by hbasset

April 20, 2010 at 5:31 pm

Posted in 01: Gathering, Tools

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Ebook data to identify Experts

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Springer has expanded its service on the website AuthorMapper with ebook data.

AuthorMapper is a free analytical online tool for discerning trends, patterns and subject experts within scientific research. Currently the tool can retrieve information across all disciplines, from more than three million journal articles and over 742,000 book chapters from 29,000 eBooks. Adding eBook data allows all the benefits of specific eBook analysis just as the success of the journal data has shown in the past, said the publisher.trends, patterns and subject experts within scientific research.

AuthorMapper was launched a year ago offering searchable content from all Springer and BioMed Central journals. It provides a variety of analyses, such as keyword tag clouds and “Top 5” bar charts for various important metrics, and includes an interactive world map of the results.

The tool is used by academics, post-docs and emerging researchers to identify which institutions are the most prolific in specific research areas and allows for their comparison. According to Springer, it can even be useful for members of the general public seeking to identify experts, for example, medical specialists, working close to where they are located.

Announcement in IWR

Written by hbasset

April 20, 2010 at 5:06 pm

Collexis and Scopus to create experts community

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Collexis Holdings, Inc., US, has announced an agreement with the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University. The deal seeks to link research faculty from the universities utilising data from Elsevier’s Scopus database and the RAMSeS software environment developed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

The web community created will have fully populated information on publications grant data and citations from over 15,000 researchers across all research disciplines.

By tying in its repository with Scopus’ data and then overlaying it with Collexis’ semantic technology, the University of North Carolina expects to offer its scientists a better way to identify, monitor and leverage relevant research being conducted at the institution. This is projected to result in greater collaboration within and across disciplines.

(Source : Elsevier’s Press announcement)

Written by hbasset

April 14, 2010 at 7:34 pm

Posted in literature, Researchers

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KM and web 2.0: ask Fred!

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Are social tools essential to manage knowledge?

Web 2.0 would become the environement where experts share and diffuse their expertise…

Tebbutt, David. IT accumulates data but Web 2 shares knowledge. Information World Review, 05 feb. 2010. Online:
http://www.iwr.co.uk/information-world-review/comment/2257394/tebbutt

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February 26, 2010 at 5:31 pm

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Innovation Reports: Forum for Science, Industry and Business

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This (Germany-based) reference website is really unique to offer add-valued reports written by Industry experts.

It is an excellent source to watch innovative products, global trends and disruptive technologies. Commercial presentation: The innovation report is a modern forum for science, industry and economy for promoting the innovation dynamics and for establishing new contacts for greater use of the available innovation and performance potential.

Our editorial office researches and publishes our current messages of more than 8,200 content partners daily. Among these are colleges, research institutes, big enterprises, medium-sized companies, State and independent institutions from the whole world. In more than 13,000 reports and specials articles annually, innovation report provides current pieces of information about new technologies, highly interesting results from development and research, innovative products and services, scientific conferences and promotion projects, competitions and awards, trade fair news and many more

http://www.innovations-report.com/

 I recommend especially these sections:

– Life science: http://www.innovations-report.com/reports/reports_list.php?show=2

 – Health & Medicine: http://www.innovations-report.com/reports/reports_list.php?show=11

My opinion: really unique. Unfortunately, the site is not designed to provide RSS feeds or email alerts: but you can use a crawler to watch changes on your favorite sections or to filter by keywords

Written by hbasset

March 12, 2009 at 7:36 pm