ReadCube Partners with AAAS to Enhance Discoverability of its Vast Scholarly Collection

Today, technology company ReadCube announced its partnership with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the journal, Science. Through this partnership, ReadCube will enhance its high-impact scholarly collection across its cross-platform reference management system.

All six Science-branded titles have been deep-indexed via ReadCube Discover program and are easily discoverable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals, search engines, related article and recommendation feeds.

“Accessibility to scholarly information is paramount to the advancement of research and a core part of our mission. Our collaboration with ReadCube helps us expose our collection to more readers, ensuring they remain up-to-date in their fields,” says Bill Moran, Science Publisher.

In addition to enhanced discoverability, Science articles viewed within ReadCube’s apps are brought to life through its unique interactive article reading format. Enhancements include:
– Annotation tools
– Hyperlinked in-line citations
– Instant access to supplemental materials
– Clickable author names
– Related articles
– High-resolution figure browser, and
– Article metrics / Altmetrics

“We are thrilled to be working with such an esteemed partner as AAAS,” says Robert McGrath, CEO, and co-founder of ReadCube. “By coupling their prestigious Science collection with our innovative reading platform – together we will continue to support of the growing global community of students and researchers.”