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Serials Solutions has reached an agreement with the National Research Council of Canada to index the NRC Publications Archive in the Summon service to expand access to valuable scientific research information.  This web-based archive provides open and seamless access to the National Research Council’s (NRC) record of science and serves as a comprehensive gateway to all NRC-authored publications including a wide range of peer-reviewed publications (articles, proceedings, books, book chapters) and technical reports from all NRC Institutes, Branches, Programs, and Centres.  The NRC Publications Archive is an online repository containing more than 50,000 publication citations and provides access to more than 12,000 full-text publications.

The National Research Council (NRC) is the Government of Canada’s premier organization for research and development.  The NRC comprises more than 20 institutes and national programs, spanning a wide variety of disciplines organized into five key areas including life sciences, frontier sciences, engineering, technology and industry support and corporate management.  Each year NRC scientists, engineers and business experts work closely with thousands of Canadian firms to stimulate community-based innovation and help bring new technologies to market.

10 Aug 2012 | Posted by Eddie Neuwirth

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