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Discovering a universe of research, as Taylor & Francis announces partnership with Sciencescape

The visibility and discoverability of millions of journal articles will be further enhanced this year, with the announcement that Taylor & Francis is partnering with Sciencescape, the research discovery platform. Full text articles from over 2,200 journals across Taylor & Francis’ behavioural sciences, science, technology, medicine, social sciences and humanities journal lists will be analyzed by Sciencescape, and readers alerted to new papers published in these journals via their Sciencescape subscription.

Using natural language processing and sophisticated content identification algorithms, Sciencescape users are able to keep track of developments in vital scientific research by subscribing to the fields, topics, institutions and historical sets relevant to their research. Based on these selections, their daily updates stream new articles and enable them to see how individual papers fit together in the wider research landscape. Selecting the articles they’re interested in, researchers can then move from Sciencescape and on to the full text of the article on Taylor and Francis Online.

Every Taylor & Francis journal article published since 1997 will now be included in this service, with deep indexing of each and every paper ensuring that researchers will be able to connect together research across the sciences, social sciences, technology, behavioural sciences, medicine and the humanities. Users of Sciencescape will be able to jump from research in a specific area of psychology which mentions a trend in genetics, to the exact article which refers to this trend on Taylor & Francis Online. This deep level indexing across articles will also only increase over time, as re-analysis of the information in Sciencescape develops using the terms inputted by users, ensuring the discoverability of Taylor & Francis articles remains in step with developments in the many research areas their content covers.

Gillian Howcroft, eProducts Director for journals at Taylor & Francis, said of the new partnership,

“Giving researchers tools to quickly filter and match up research to their very specific interests is incredibly valuable and we wanted to be part of that process. Being able to get that reader quickly to the full text article he or she wants on Taylor & Francis Online is where we come in.”

Sam Molyneux, Sciencescape’s co-founder and CEO, said,

"Researchers rely on Sciencescape to keep pace with critical developments in their fields of interest, and to explore the history of research. Taylor & Francis articles are highly respected by the scholarly community, and their inclusion on Sciencescape’s literature discovery platform is an exciting development for both Sciencescape and our users."

Notes to Editors:

Taylor & Francis Online - http://www.tandfonline.com/

Twitter - @tandfonline

Sciencescape – http://sciencescape.org/about

About Taylor & Francis Group

Taylor & Francis Group partners with researchers, scholarly societies, universities and libraries worldwide to bring knowledge to life. As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, ebooks and reference works our content spans all areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, and Technology and Medicine.

From our network of offices in Oxford, New York, Philadelphia, Boca Raton, Boston, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Stockholm, New Delhi and Johannesburg, Taylor & Francis staff provide local expertise and support to our editors, societies and authors and tailored, efficient customer service to our library colleagues.

About Sciencescape

Sciencescape is an innovative platform that is changing the way scientific research is discovered and shared. With 23 million historical papers and over 4,000 being published each day, the current medical and scientific research distribution system is unable to keep pace. Sciencescape organizes and streams new research in real-time, and is building the “plumbing” for automated and social delivery of research through the web and mobile. Its advanced machine learning and NLP algorithms are constructing a vast research knowledge graph composed of people, groups, places as well as natural entities, processes and concepts to deliver personalized, accurate streams of peer reviewed research to scientists, and to empower them with tools to explore and share discoveries throughout history. Sciencescape’s mission is to organize and deliver all of the world’s research.

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