Digital Science launched a new platform – Dimensions – intended to transform scholarly search. Digital Science brought this news to us in their article, “Digital Science Launches Dimensions: a Next-generation Research and Discovery Platform Linking 124 Million Documents, Providing Free Search and Citation Data Across 86 Million Articles.”

This is a collaboration between six Digital Science portfolio companies (Altmetric, Digital Science Consultancy, Figshare, Readcube, Symplectic and √úberResearch) and more than 100 research funders and universities. Their end result offers a faster way to discover and analyze the global research landscape instead of searching across multiple poorly integrated tools.

According to Daniel Hook, CEO at Digital Science, “The Dimensions project is a response to an urgent need for a more modern and inclusive research information platform, one which truly services the needs of both researchers and research institutions.”

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Melody K. Smith

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