Labtiva is a Cambridge, MA based startup passionate about developing software to make the world of research more accessible and connected. Our team is comprised of scientists and researchers with roots in the Harvard and Boston community.
We're proud to be the people behind ReadCube, a free tool to help you manage your research literature, discover new articles, annotate PDFs, and much more. You can try it out at readcube.com.
Our newest endeavor, ReadCube Access, aims to close the gap in access to literature by providing instant, easy, and affordable access to articles, designed to supplement existing subscriptions for libraries and institutions.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (NYSE:JWa, JWb), a global provider of content and workflow solutions in areas of scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly research; professional development; and education, today launched Labtiva’s ReadCube Web Reader on Wiley Online Library Read More
Frontiers, open-access publisher of interdisciplinary science journals, today announced the new integration of the ReadCube Web Reader for all of its peer-reviewed online journals Read More
BOSTONAffordable Journal Articles: Labtiva and Nature Publishing Group Open ReadCube Access for the Public
An affordable way to read scientific articles launched today on Nature Publishing Group (NPG) journals, as NPG and Labtiva opened to the public a pilot of the ReadCube Access program for inexpensive single-click purchases and two-day rentals Read More
BOSTONUniversity of Utah, Nature Publishing Group Pilot the “ReadCube” Alternative to Traditional Single Journal Article Purchases
In an effort to eliminate gaps in access to research literature, the software company Labtiva has launched a pilot program that provides libraries and institutions with affordable and instant access to scientific articles in non-subscribed journals. The first participants in the pilot program, called ReadCube Access, are the University of Utah and Nature Publishing Group. Read More
London / BOSTON
Labtiva, Nature Publishing Group (NPG), and Digital Science announced today the integration of the ReadCube Web Reader with nature.com. Read More
London / BOSTON
Digital Science, a division of Macmillan Publishers Ltd., today announced an investment in Boston based start-up Labtiva. The company was founded by two Harvard alumni, Robert McGrath and Siniša Hrvatin, to help researchers manage their information collections more efficiently, starting with content. Read More