CABI’s Tourism Cases opens new window into the world of tourism development

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CABI has launched a new publishing product – Tourism Cases – which opens a new window into the world of tourism development through a growing bank of case studies aimed at academics, students, practitioners and consultants. Experiences and expertise are shared in an initial free-to-search 30 cases studies – including…
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CABI announces strategic partnership for author services and education

CABI is pleased to announce the launch of a new Author Services and Education portal created to support researchers in successfully publishing impactful studies across all agriculture and biosciences. The new portal has been developed in partnership with Editage and Impact Science, part of Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a technology company…
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CTA’s 35-year legacy of agricultural knowledge safe in CABI’s hands

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CABI is to preserve and provide open access to more than 5,000 items of agricultural knowledge bestowed upon it as part of the transfer of CTA’s 35-year legacy of providing information to 79 countries in Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP). CTA, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation based…
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Invasive Species Compendium rated highly amongst databases with information on species of ‘Union Concern’

CABI’s Invasive Species Compendium (ISC) has been rated highly amongst three other databases for the breadth of information it contains regarding 49 Invasive Alien Species of Union Concern including the Siberian chipmunk (Tamias sibiricus) and Asian hornet (Vespa velutina nigrithorax). Scientists, who published research in the journal Global Ecology and…
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CABI launches new agriRxiv, the dedicated agricultural preprint service for agricultural research

agriRxiv - pronounced agri-archive, and previously known as AgriXiv – is to be relaunched with a new website offering researchers and students access to preprints across agriculture and allied sciences. Preprints are drafts of research articles that authors typically share with the wider community for feedback before submitting their final…
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CAB Direct reaches new milestone with 13 millionth bibliographic record added to database

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The total number of bibliographic records in the CAB Abstracts and Global Health databases has reached a new landmark with the 13 millionth record being added to the growing database. Both databases are accessible via CAB Direct – the most thorough and extensive source of reference in the applied life…
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