Researcher partners with TVSeminars to deliver virtual events to the geotechnical and mining scientific community via Researcher Live, Researcher’s new platform for audio events.
Now more than ever we depend on scientific advances to help solve the world’s biggest and toughest problems - across healthcare, society and technology. It is therefore critical for scientists to meet this challenge by getting their research into the right hands at the right time and in the right format.
SciencePOD partners with Researcher app to bring the latest research findings to the wider academic and science community
London, 19th August 2021
Now more than ever the world depends on scientific advances to help solve the world’s biggest and toughest problems - across healthcare, society and technology. Two factors are critical to scientists’ ability to meet this challenge: firstly, getting high-quality content and information into the right hands at the right time so that research work can be informed and inspired; secondly, giving scientists and researchers the opportunity to shape their work through review, discussion, collaboration and debate with their peers.
We are thrilled to share with you the news about the launch of Researcher Live, which is now available on our app. Researcher Live is a way for you to host live events and have the opportunity to not only share your knowledge with the 2 million + academics on Researcher, but also discuss it with them in a Q&A format.
We are pleased to announce that through our partnership with Edanz, Researcher users will have access to a free annual membership to hundreds of smart tools, resources and courses provided by Edanz My Learning Lab.
Researcher Audience Insights - “Continuing your studies”, Exploring intentions to take a postgraduate course among Researcher’s users.
The higher education system as we know it has considerably changed during the last 18 months, having to adapt to the varying nature of the pandemic. Some universities tried to offer a hybrid alternative, blending virtual lectures with in-person seminars; others, on the other hand, opted for full virtual semesters on platforms such as Zoom or Google Meet. Whether on a smaller or a larger scale, all university students have somehow experienced virtual learning and have seen their lives being turned upside down by the changes brought in by the pandemic.
We are pleased to announce that all 35 journals published by ICE Publishing are now included on the Researcher platform. These journals join the existing collection of over 18,000 journals from a number of publishers across ten disciplines.
With over 25% of our users based in China, we are excited to launch a new feature built with the help of Charlesworth Author Services.
Our users that use WeChat, can now log in with their Researcher account to receive personalised recommendations of papers. We hope that the ability to receive regular notifications through WeChat will help many of you to monitor the latest research articles you need to read.
To use the feature, first follow us on WeChat. You can find Researcher's Official Account by scanning this QR code: