CACTUS and Elsevier join hands to bring 19M+ Elsevier research abstracts to researchers' mobile devices
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PRINCETON, N.J., Jan. 17, 2024 ~ Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a renowned science communication and technology company, has recently announced its partnership with Elsevier, a leading global scientific publisher. This collaboration aims to provide the global research community with access to over 19 million research article abstracts by Elsevier through R Discovery, the highest-rated research discovery and reading app.

The integration of Elsevier's high-quality content into R Discovery's extensive research database of more than 115 million articles, including 40 million open access articles, across 9.5 million topics and over 32,000 journals, makes it the only mobile app to host Elsevier's content in one place. This partnership between CACTUS and Elsevier is a significant milestone in their shared mission of making research more accessible to people worldwide.

Abhishek Goel, Co-founder and CEO of CACTUS, expressed his excitement about the partnership stating that at CACTUS, they are dedicated to accelerating the research discovery journey for scholars globally through R Discovery. He further added that this collaboration with Elsevier reflects their commitment to providing a robust and user-friendly platform that enhances researchers' access to knowledge and advances their research journey.

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R Discovery has over 2.5 million users worldwide who will now have a competitive advantage by being able to stay updated on the go. By offering a mobile-first solution for finding and consuming Elsevier's vast repository of high-quality content, R Discovery simplifies and democratizes access to research.

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