Elsevier Grants FREE Access to Content on Coronavirus Research Hub

May 12, 2020, 16:26 PM by Melodi Moore
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Elsevier would like to empower researchers with the latest published data and insights, and enabling cross-sector collaboration, Elsevier has launched the Coronavirus Research Hub, providing you, as an individual researcher, free access to a selection of Elsevier content, solutions and services through October 28, 2020.

Solutions included in the program
Visit the Research Hub and register using your corporate email account to access:

  • ScienceDirect: all Elsevier-published research on COVID-19
  • ClinicalKey: clinical knowledgebase reflecting the latest evidence
  • Embase: biomedical literature database
  • SSRN: open-access online preprint community
  • Pure: research collaborators & institutions related to coronavirus epidemic
  • Mendeley: reference manager and researchers social network
  • Mendeley Data: open research data repositories for COVID-19
  • Text Mining: text analysis and semantic search engine
  • Professional Services: full drug candidate profiles upon request
  • Pathway Studio: knowledge base of MERS and SARS biological relationships
Elsevier plans to bring further services online shortly, including Veridata EDC (Electronic Data Capture) and Reaxys.

Register Here using your Elsevier log-in information.