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 supports over 40 million users each year. 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.
ReadCube is a Digital Science company.
Press & News
Cambridge, MA - 23 January, 2018
BIR Publications Teams Up with ReadCube to Enhance Discoverability of its Collection
We are thrilled to announce that BIR Publications, the publishing arm of the British Institute of Radiology (BIR), is partnering with ReadCube’s Discover program to index their collection of over 35,000 articles. Through the Discover service all of BIR’s journals, including BJR, BJR|case reports, Dentomaxillofacial Radiology, and Imaging, will be searchable in ReadCube’s browser, desktop and mobile applications. Each journal will also be accessible in ReadCube’s search engine, related article feed and personalized recommendation engine.
Cambridge, MA - 8 January, 2018
AACR Publications Teams Up with ReadCube to Enhance Discoverability of its Collection
We are excited to share that the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Publications partnered with ReadCube’s Discover program. The eight, highly ranked journals of the AACR cover the entire spectrum of cancer research and will now be fully indexed and discoverable through ReadCube’s web, desktop and mobile platforms. The entire collection will also be included in ReadCube’s search engines, related article feeds and popular personalized recommendation engine.
Boston, MA | London, UK - 30 November, 2017
ICE Publishing partners with ReadCube
ICE Publishing, the publishing division of the Institution of Civil Engineers, has partnered with Boston-based technology company ReadCube in order to enhance discoverability of its journals and eBooks.
London - 27 November, 2017
Springer Nature continues to advance sharing
Articles have been successfully shared by authors, subscribers and media outlets over 3.25 million times during the first year of SharedIt, Springer Nature’s free content sharing initiative.
Cambridge, MA - 12 October, 2017
Taylor & Francis Partner with ReadCube on Highly-Successful Share More Easily Book Pilot
Taylor & Francis Group, a leading publisher of specialist academic books and journals and part of Informa PLC, has completed a successful pilot of its Share More Easily program in partnership with ReadCube, a Digital Science technology company.