New CAB Direct integration with ORCID helps authors identify and claim their publications

CABI is pleased to announce that its CAB Direct platform, a gateway to the most thorough and extensive source of reference in the applied life sciences, now supports ORCID, giving authors an easy way to identify and claim their publications.
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Exploring Fleming’s Penicillium and the potential of microorganisms

On this day in 1906 the biochemist and Nobel laureate Ernst Chain, best known for his work in the synthetic production of penicillin, was born. To mark his birthday, and to highlight a fascinating exhibition on 'Superbugs', the Science Museum has today published a blog and video where CABI's Genetic…
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New book launched at CABI symposium on tourism and animal welfare

A new book published by CABI - looking at the meaning of 'animal welfare' and its role in tourism, in relation to ethics, animal rights, and human obligations to animals,  - has been launched, with the authors Neil Carr and Donald Broom at this year's CABI symposium on tourism and…
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Peruvian university taps into world-leading database of applied life sciences

 The Universidad Científica del Sur in Peru has become the latest university to subscribe to CAB Abstracts - a world-leading database of more than 9 million records of applied life sciences including agriculture, environment, leisure/tourism, veterinary sciences, food science and nutrition.
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CABI donates books to prize-winning students at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

CABI has donated copies of the appropriately titled 'Animal Welfare' to students at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies who were tasked with designing a poster to promote key themes relating to animal welfare.
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CABI to appoint former CEO of Taylor & Francis Group as Chair of the Board

Roger Horton, former CEO of the Taylor & Francis Group - one of the world's largest academic publishers, is to be appointed as the new Chair of the Board at CABI at its meeting in June 2018.
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