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
Oxford, UK - 3 May, 2016
TrendMD and ReadCube integration across Ingenta Connect enhances scholarly article discovery
Ingenta has partnered with the scholarly discovery services TrendMD and ReadCube to boost discoverability of articles hosted on its aggregated content portal Ingenta Connect.
Cambridge, MA - 26 April, 2016
The New England Journal of Medicine Content Now Discoverable through ReadCube
ReadCube is pleased to announce its agreement with the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), the world’s most trusted and influential source of medical knowledge and clinical best practices, to index its content across ReadCube’s platform as a part of the Discover service.
Cambridge, MA - 30 March, 2016
Emerald Group Publishing partners with ReadCube to widen reach of its collection
Emerald Group Publishing is pleased to announce its partnership with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube.
London, UK & Boston, USA - 16 March, 2016
ReadCube Acquires Papers from Springer Nature
ReadCube, an innovative software developer serving researchers, publishers, academic and commercial organizations, today acquired Papers from global academic publisher Springer Nature.
Cambridge, MA - 11 February, 2016
The JAMA Network Partners with ReadCube to Widen Reach of Its Collection
The American Medical Association (AMA) is pleased to announce its partnership with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube. Through ReadCube’s Discover service, all 12 JAMA Network titles, published by the American Medical Association, including JAMA, JAMA Internal Medicine, and the newest journals, JAMA Oncology and JAMA Cardiology have been indexed, with their discoverability bolstered via ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals, search engines, and recommendation feeds.