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* Ingram Content Group, Inc. launched Global CONNECT, a new program that combines Ingram's print/distribution services and global book manufacturers with print-on-demand technology and connectivity to local retailers. Brazil's Singular Digital book manufacturer will lead Ingram's expansion into South America. The program is more than a printer network; it extends the reach of Ingram's current channels to new markets through selected book manufacturing and distribution partners. Source: Ingram Content Group, Inc. (www.ingramcontent.com)

* Pubget, Inc. announced the beta launch of PaperStream, a cloud-based app that accesses, manages, and shares research papers across group teams. The tool is designed to streamline enterprises and lab research by combining desktop and web search in a single cloud platform. Researchers can now search for their own papers alongside published literature from PubMed and other online sources. Source: Pubget, Inc. (www.pubget.com)

* AIP Publishing released its iPeerReview app for mobile access to submitted papers. Authors and reviewers can now access information about papers submitted to AlP's journals in PeerX-Press, its manuscript submission and review system. With the app, which is available at Apple's iTunes App Store or AIP Labs, users can access a completed paper, view its status, save it as a PDF, and link to a paper on AlP's Scitation platform. Source: American Institute of Physics (www.aip.org)

* Bloomberg Law offers access to its first electronic database of petitions filed in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, Financial Services Division. Subscribers to Bloomberg Law and Bloomberg Professional services can access court filings that were previously only available via manual retrieval on Grand Cayman. The Cayman Islands, known as the world's largest financial centers and home base for banks, insurance companies, and hedge funds, complements Bloomberg Law's growing coverage of global dockets. Source: Bloomberg Law (www.bloomberglaw.com)

* The Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI) database from the Intellectual Property Solutions business of Thomson Reuters is expanding its global coverage of patent records. The data comes from the patent-issuing authorities of Poland, Hong Kong, and the Gulf Cooperation Council, a regional office registering patents in its member states of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman. The comprehensive collection from 47 global issuing authorities also includes English-language abstracts and titles. Source: Thomson Reuters (www.thomsonreuters.com)

* Swets Americas is rolling out SwetsWise Medical Searcher. This search platform is designed to integrate with electronic health record systems for research access through medical carts and mobile devices. SwetsWise Medical Searcher, which offers timely and current research data in the form of relevance-ranked search results, is also available to off-site users. Source: Swets (www.swets. …

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