Tuesday, April 20. 2010
ResearchGATE Introduces New Sharing Features for Scientists:Users Can Now Share Updates, Articles, Research and MorePosted by ResearchGate Team in Features
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Boston, Germany – April 20, 2010 – ResearchGATE, the largest social network for scientists and researchers, today introduced a series of new features to make it easier for scientists to share, stay connected and learn from each other online. Users of ResearchGATE can now enable micoblogging on their profile to keep their connections up to date on their latest work and subscribe to updates from other scientists in their network. Microblogging feeds from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can be consolidated on ResearchGATE to give users a holistic view. Members can also effortlessly share documents, data or experiment information so that scientists can work smarter together and learn from previous experiments. “The key to making information accessible to the scientists that need it is making it easy for other scientists to publish that information. This way experiments, data and measurements can finally cease to be repeated hundreds of times around the globe and we can make greater strides in new discoveries,” said Ijad Madisch, co-founder and CEO of ResearchGATE.
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