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The Summon service continues to expand its coverage of content from around the world through a new agreement with IOS Press. Headquartered in the Netherlands, IOS Press has satellite offices in the USA, Germany and China and joint ventures with publishers in Germany, China and Japan. Serials Solutions will index the full text of more than 100 electronic journals spanning subjects ranging from computer sciences and mathematics to medicine and the natural sciences. The collection includes:

  • Administrative Sciences
  • Biochemistry, Medicine & Health
  • Chemistry
  • Computer & Communication Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Life & Behavioural Sciences
  • Mathematics/Electronics/Mechanics
  • Neurosciences
  • Pediatrics
  • Physics
  • Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology
  • Social Sciences: Economics/Policy/Management
  • Town planning & Architecture
  • Transportation Sciences

The new agreement underscores the emphasis Serials Solutions is placing on securing agreements with publishers worldwide in order to make their content discoverable by millions of researchers via the Summon service.

21 May 2013

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