Sciencescape.net recognized for the significant innovation that it provides to the life science industry by revolutionizing how published scientific papers are streamed and explored throughout history
TORONTO, Dec. 2, 2014 /CNW/ - The Scientist today unveiled the "Top 10 Innovations" of 2014 and selected Sciencescape, the most comprehensive platform for real-time streaming, exploration and sharing of peer-reviewed biomedical scientific papers, as one the winners of this award. The Scientist invited members of the life science community to submit descriptions of exciting tools that made an impact in research this year and asked a panel of expert judges to evaluate the technologies. "The 2014 winners, including Sciencescape.net, represent an exceptional combination of ingenuity and technical advances," said Rob D'Angelo, Publisher, The Scientist.
"We are thrilled that The Scientist and their expert panel has selected Sciencescape as one of the 'Top 10 Innovations' in life science," says Sam Molyneux, Sciencescape's co-founder and CEO. "This award is further recognition of the value of Sciencescape as a major new tool which provides researchers in life science and industry with a ubiquitous platform to track and explore their world of research. For the first time, with Sciencescape.net a researcher can stream scientific papers via all elements in their areas of research or interests - - by following people, journals, diseases, genes, applications, techniques, disease models, and therapeutics, for example. In the end, Sciencescape's goal is to allow researchers to stay abreast of the massive flow of published research and to allow a new paradigm of scientific literature discovery and sharing".
To stay on top of one's world of research and receive paper feeds in real-time on Sciencescape, users can set up a free subscription simply by going to www.sciencescape.net, registering and completing the quick personalization process. Real-time "paper streams" containing key newly published papers originating from one's area of interest are immediately created. Users can also explore seminal papers throughout history and share important papers with their colleagues.
Full details on The Scientist and its announcement of the winners of the "Top 10 Innovations of 2014", including Sciencescape.net, can be found at www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/41486/title/Top-10-Innovations-2014/.
Sciencescape.net is the most comprehensive platform for real-time tracking, exploration and sharing of peer-reviewed biomedical papers. Users can stay up-to-date on all the latest publications based on personalized paper streams that are automatically populated with the newest papers from authors, journals and any number of fields or research they choose to follow. This functionality is powered by the Sciencescape Knowledge Graph, a real-time dynamic map of papers and entities in the universe of biomedicine created by the application of machine learning and big data technologies to correlate complex relationships across 24 million peer-review papers with 4,000 newly-published papers processed daily, 400 million citations, 13 million researchers, 400,000 global institutions and nearly 100 ontologies. Sciencescape has relationships with many of the largest scientific publishers, providing access to the breadth of historical and newly published articles. Through these valuable partnerships, Sciencescape analyzes the full text of our Publisher partners' peer-reviewed journals enabling the knowledge graph to cover all sections of the literature, and resulting in the most comprehensive knowledge base of explorable and subscribable biomedical entities by which to discover papers.
For further information: Rabia Khan, MBA, PhD, VP, Commercial Partnerships, SCIENCESCAPE, T. +1.905.782.7220, E. firstname.lastname@example.org, W. www.sciencescape.net