We built Pubget to improve research workflow for the 10 million life scientists worldwide. Now we can improve research for the millions of researchers served by the IEEE publications.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 07, 2011
Pubget, the search engine for life science PDFs today announced an agreement with IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional association. The agreement, part of Pubget’s Publisher Partnership Program enables Pubget to index IEEE’s content from the past decade, which includes leading journals, transactions, letters, and magazines in electrical engineering, computing, biotechnology, telecommunications, power and energy, among others. Pubget is adding about 1.7 million papers from across the IEEE’s more than 150 transactions, journals and magazines.
The IEEE addition expands Pubget’s total index by nearly 10 percent. Pubget has already indexed over 25 million papers from other individual publishers including all the content in Medline and ArXiv.
“Our expanded content index allows us to offer the Pubget discovery environment to researchers from disciplines beyond the life sciences,” said Dr. Ramy Arnaout, CEO and Founder at Pubget. “We built Pubget to improve research workflow for the 10 million life scientists worldwide. Now we can improve research for the millions of researchers served by the IEEE publications.”
Pubget is the only online scientific destination to provide users instantaneous, full text results for subscription content across publishers. Anytime an IEEE title surfaces in a search result, subscribers will receive the full text PDF instantaneously.
“We joined Pubget’s Publisher Partnership Program in order to provide our users with an additional way to discover and access their subscribed content,” said Karen Hawkins, Staff Director, Product Design at IEEE. “We hope to increase awareness and expand our circulation among the research community through citations in Pubget’s search engine results page.”