Information Today
Volume 19, Issue 10 November 2002
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Dialog Expands Scientific, Technical Content Collection

Dialog Corp. has announced that it will be adding or enhancing more than 10 scientific and technical files. This collection is used by information professionals and researchers in pharmaceutical, manufacturing, engineering, intellectual property, and related industries worldwide. 

The new files to be added or enhanced include market research from Adis International; evidence-based journals from BMJ Publishing; Catfile Plus; Controlled Trials Register; HealthScout; National Patent Databases from Germany, France, and the U.K. (provided in the native language with integrated English-language machine translations); PJB Publications' Regulatory Affairs Journal; and an expanded version of ToxFile. In addition, the IMS R&D focus file will be enhanced with images, and American Medical Association journals will be launched on Dialog DataStar by the end of this year. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, currently available on Dialog DataStar, will be made available to Dialog users next year. Negotiations continue with information providers to add more content sources in the future. 

"For 30 years, Dialog has been the world leader in providing scientific and technical information, and we are committed to building on that proud heritage," said Roy M. Martin Jr., Dialog president and CEO. "We are the largest and most comprehensive online aggregator of scientific and technical information in the world, and we will continue to maintain our leadership position by adding appropriate information as it becomes available. Our investments in adding and retaining premium scientific and technical content remain a high priority." 

Source: Dialog Corp., Cary, NC, 800/3-DIALOG, 919/462-8600; http://www.dialog.com

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