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Monday, 30th November 2009

Elsevier Relaunches Embase

From the Announcement

Elsevier today announced a major re-launch of Embase, its comprehensive biomedical database which holds over 20 million indexed records from more than 7,000 active, peer reviewed journals.

...new developments and updates include:

• Enabling all biomedical researchers to use Embase -- extending its “usability” from information specialists to also include all biomedical and pharmaceutical scientists, and clinical and regulatory professionals.

• New retrieval tools that further drive discovery, including quick and easy refining of search results and the display of indexed drug-drug and drug-disease relations.

• Improved comprehensiveness through the addition of indexed articles-in-press and conference abstracts.

• To signify the enhanced focus on biomedical answers, the product has a new, fresh look and feel to it.

Source: Elsevier


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