Our mission is to improve the pace of scientific discovery.
ReadCube was started by a researcher and a computer scientist to address the challenges faced by scientists. What started in a Harvard College dorm room as a tool to help organize and find scientific papers quickly turned into something rather more.
ReadCube’s team of scientists and researchers now spans two continents and is backed by Digital Science, a division of Macmillan Publishers Ltd and a sister company of Nature Publishing Group. As ReadCube continues to grow and innovate useful new features, we hope it will help scientists all over the world stay on top of — and spur — scientific progress in their fields.
Press & News
Cambridge, MA - 7 October, 2015
Bioscientifica Collection Discoverable Across ReadCube Platform
BioScientifica, a leading international provider of services to medical and scientific
societies and the pharmaceutical industry, partners with Boston-based
publishing technology company ReadCube. Bioscientifica publishes academic
journals and case reports focused on endocrinology, and its overlapping
disciplines, through this partnership their content will be enhanced via
indexing on ReadCube’s platform.
Cambridge, MA - 17 September, 2015
Project MUSE Partners with ReadCube to Enhance Discoverability of its Journals Collection
Project MUSE, leading scholarly provider of digital humanities and social science content, announces their partnership with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to index their 626 scholarly journals with ReadCube’s Discover service. The indexed collection is not only searchable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals but also included in ReadCube’s search engines, related article feeds and popular recommendation engine.
Cambridge, MA - 16 September, 2015
Edward Elgar Publishing Strengthens the Discoverability of their Collection by partnering with ReadCube
Edward Elgar Publishing, a leading independent, international academic and professional publisher, today announced an agreement with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube, to index and enhance its eBook and journal collection.
Cambridge, MA - 19 August, 2015
The MIT Press Becomes 60th Publisher to Partner with ReadCube
Over 29,000 articles from MIT Press have been indexed and are viewable as Enhanced PDFs on ReadCube’s web, desktop and mobile platforms
Cambridge, MA - 11 August, 2015
Duke University Press Signs on to ReadCube Discover Service to Enhance Discoverability of its Content
Duke University Press, an internationally recognized publisher of books and journals, and ReadCube, a publishing technology company, today announce their partnership bringing the Press’s journal content to the ReadCube platform. Through ReadCube’s Discover service, over 24,000 articles in the humanities and social sciences will be fully enhanced and discoverable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals; search engines; and personalized recommendation feeds.