Readers of my blog know that some weeks ago I last asked the community for information on services that are owned by Elsevier. I needed the information to prepare a talk on data collection on science and event logging in science. I will soon publish my talk, together with a resume. As suggested in my talk, Elsevier uses the technology of the Preprint-Server Social Science Research Network SSRN (purchased last year) to offer similar servers for other disciplines. Two days ago, Elsevier announced the launch of BioRN – „a new network dedicated to biology“. Here is a quote from the press release: „Biology Research can be pre-existing and working papers on BioRN, share ideas and other early stage research, and collaborate.
Graduate sociologist, information scientist (PhD degree), working for the Saarland University and State Library (Germany), owner of the consulting agency scinoptica, journalist. ORCID: 0000-0002-3500-3119