Redwood City, CA and London, UK – June 10, 2019
IOPP’s portfolio represents an important addition of physics-related content to DeepDyve’s continually expanding library of more than 20 million articles, sourced from more than 15,000 journals.
“By partnering with DeepDyve, IOPP is able to ensure the best possible access to high-quality articles for independent researchers, small companies and startups whenever and wherever they need it through an innovative new avenue,” said Olaf Ernst, Commercial Director for IOPP. “We’re pleased to work with DeepDyve to improve access to scientific research for all, especially those without institutional library facilities.”
DeepDyve users enjoy unlimited, full-text, read-only access to millions of articles in the DeepDyve collection, along with a suite of integrated workflow tools to streamline their research and collaborate with colleagues across their organization.
“DeepDyve is committed to delivering premier scholarly content via a platform that enables researchers to conveniently and affordably access scientific literature and collaborate seamlessly,” said William Park, DeepDyve’s CEO. “The addition of IOP Publishing’s journals greatly enriches the physics content available to our users, and furthers our mission to deliver the very best scholarly content across all scientific disciplines.”
As the largest online rental service for scientific and scholarly research, DeepDyve is especially well-suited to researchers in small to mid-tier enterprises who are no longer affiliated with academic libraries and lack the resources of larger institutions that typically offer their employees access to this valuable information.
DeepDyve is the largest online rental service for scientific and scholarly research. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has partnerships with the world’s leading academic publishers, including Springer Nature, Reed Elsevier, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford University Press and many more. Learn more by visiting us at www.deepdyve.com, and follow us on Twitter (@deepdyve) and Facebook (http://facebook.com/deepdyve).
IOP Publishing is a society-owned scientific publisher, providing impact, recognition and value for the scientific community. The organization works closely with researchers, librarians and partners worldwide to produce academic journals, books and conference series. IOP Publishing’s aim is to cover the latest and best research in the physical sciences and beyond. For more information, visit https://ioppublishing.org.
John Snedigar, Faultline Communications
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