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Northwestern Joins VIVO Semantic Network

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Northwestern University reports that the school “in collaboration with Elsevier, today announced its participation in VIVO, a semantic network that enables the discovery of researchers across institutions.”

Elsevier reports that Northwestern University “in collaboration with Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced its participation in VIVO, a semantic network that enables the discovery of researchers across institutions. By bringing its researchers together in a single hub called Northwestern Scholars, an implementation of Elsevier’s SciVal Experts research networking tool, and connecting to VIVO through SciVal, Northwestern University facilitates collaboration and accelerates knowledge discovery within the organization and with other research institutions throughout the United States and beyond.”

The article continues, “By connecting to the VIVO semantic network, Northwestern University can now share its data with other web-based applications that support research collaboration. VIVO uses a common data standard that allows research expertise software applications to work together seamlessly, and provides a framework for open discovery of research networks. VIVO-compliant software tools can now use Northwestern University’s profile data to help scholars across the globe discover Northwestern faculty members’ expertise, and in turn investigators atNorthwestern can use the tools to find experts at other institutions.”

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