Springer Nature and Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) expand collaboration to cover chemistry, earth sciences, public health and more
Semantic Scholar, by AI2, is a free AI-based academic search engine used by over 4 million researchers each month. We’ve partnered with Springer Nature to power advanced discovery of academic research
Scholars, we are excited to announce the news about expanded access to Springer Nature content, now available on Semantic Scholar. One of the leading scientific publishers has provided you with greater access to over 3 million additional papers to enhance your exploration, improve discovery, and help you find relevant content more efficiently.
You can expect to have full access to more open access publications than before as well as access to read excerpts of text from subscription content. When you discover a Springer Nature paper on Semantic Scholar, you will be provided with a link to navigate to a number of Springer Nature’s content platforms in order to access the full-text version. The publications now included in Semantic Scholar cover chemistry and materials science, earth and environmental sciences, geography and public health.
Henning Schoenenberger, Director Product Data & Metadata Management at Springer Nature, said: “The sheer volume of scientific content can be overwhelming for all researchers, no matter their field. As a publisher, we must, therefore, support researchers in every way we can so that they can easily find and assess articles in the context of supporting material. Our expanded content indexing partnership with AI2 allows researchers to cut through the clutter and discover research relevant for them, which supports the advancement and acceleration of science and knowledge.”
We’re here to help you, scholars.
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