BioMed Central is pleased to announce that the new website for The Scientist, the premier source for life science news, will from today be available on the BioMed Central platform. BioMed Central will now offer its library customers The Scientist print and online subscriptions, providing access to eighteen years of outstanding content, with the added benefits of online usage statistics, customer support and 24/7 service reliability.
Richard Gallagher, Editor and Publisher of The Scientist explains,
" We decided to partner with BioMed Central because they provide a world-class offering to their library customer base and our partnership fuses an outstanding product with an excellent service provider."
The Scientist website, www.the-scientist.com, has one million registrants, and receives over 2.5 million page impressions a month. This highly acclaimed magazine features content essential for all working life scientists. Sections include Breaking news, Highlights from the research literature, Research features, Technology Overviews, Business coverage and Opinion and Vision articles.
From BioMed Central, Natasha Robshaw, Head of Marketing and Sales, adds, "We are delighted to add The Scientist to our portfolio of products we offer to the library community. The Scientist is an established magazine with a huge readership and we believe that our customers will really benefit from being able to subscribe to this resource via our platform, and enjoy excellent customer service at the same time."
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