ReadCube Press

Hoboken, New Jersey – 17 February, 2015

Wiley Integrates ReadCube’s Connect across Wiley Online Library Platform.

John Wiley & Sons Inc. announced today the launch of ReadCube Connect on Wiley Online Library. ReadCube Connect brings a new, innovative online reading experience, offering readers a wealth of information and article enhancements to the standard PDF. ReadCube’s reading platforms, used by over 8 million readers worldwide, brings to the Wiley Online Library popular features including: hyperlinked in-line citations, annotation tools, clickable author names, and direct access to supplemental content. With this information at their fingertips, it’s easier than ever for researchers to discover, access, and interact with scientific literature. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 29 January, 2014

Maney Publishing Announces Partnership with ReadCube to Widen Reach of Its Collection.

Maney Publishing, an independent publisher of over 170 peer-reviewed journals, is pleased to announce its partnership with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube. Through ReadCube’s Discover service, over 100,000 articles from Maney Publishing will be indexed, with their discoverability bolstered via ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals, search engines, and recommendation feeds. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 14 January, 2015

Health Affairs Collection Enhanced and Discoverable Across ReadCube’s Platform.

Health Affairs, the leading journal of health policy thought and research, has partnered with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to index and enhance its content via ReadCube’s Discover service. Health Affairs titles are now offered as enhanced PDFs and are more easily discoverable within ReadCube’s web, desktop, mobile reading portals, search engines, and recommendation feeds. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 16 December, 2014

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journals Now Discoverable Across ReadCube’s Web, Desktop and Mobile Apps

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) announce their participation with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube to index their journal collection with ReadCube’s Discover service. All 16 titles, including AIAA’s predecessor society journals, have been fully indexed and are searchable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals, plus search engines and recommendation feeds. Read More

LONDON, UK and NEW YORK, USA - 2 December, 2014

Macmillan Science And Education Opens Up Treasure Chest Of Rich Scientific Knowledge To Researchers And Society At Large.

Macmillan Science and Education, one of the leading publishing and technology companies in the world, today announces the launch of a groundbreaking publishing initiative that will make it easy for readers to share an unprecedented wealth of scientific knowledge instantly with researchers and scientists. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA - 27 October, 2014

De Gruyter Signs Partnership to Increase Discoverability of its Scholarly Articles across ReadCube’s Web, Desktop, and Mobile Platforms.

Academic publishing house De Gruyter today announced its partnership with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube. Read More

HOBOKEN, NJ – 23 October, 2014

Wiley Unveils ReadCube Checkout For Journals.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (NYSE:JWa, JWb), and ReadCube, a Boston-based publisher technology company, announced today the platform-wide integration of ReadCube Checkout technology across all Wiley journals. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 10 September, 2014

Allen Press Partners with ReadCube to Increase Discoverability of its Collection across Web, Desktop and Mobile Platforms.

Allen Press, comprehensive publishing services provider serving scholarly and special-interest publishers, today announced an agreement with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to enhance content hosted on its Pinnacle online publishing platform. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 9 September, 2014

The Rockefeller University Press Enters Partnership with ReadCube to Widen Reach of Its Collection.

The Rockefeller University Press (RUP) today announced their partnership with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube to index RUP’s content with ReadCube’s Discover service. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA - 5 Sept, 2014

The Canadian Medical Association Journal Content Now Enhanced and Searchable Across ReadCube’s Web, Desktop, and Mobile Platforms.

ReadCube is thrilled to announce that over 8200 articles from the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) are now fully discoverable through ReadCube’s web, desktop, mobile reading portals, search engines, and recommendation feeds. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 13 August, 2014

All Canadian Science Publishing Titles Now Indexed and Discoverable on ReadCube’s Platform.

Canadian Science Publishing (CSP), an independent, not-for-profit scholarly publisher, announces an agreement with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube, to enhance its content via ReadCube’s cross-platform reference management system. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 7 August, 2014

BioOne Partners with ReadCube to Increase Discoverability of its Content across ReadCube’s Web, Desktop and Mobile Platforms.

BioOne, a leading publisher of scientific research, announced today it will partner with ReadCube, a Boston-based publishing technology company, to enhance the content from its online aggregation BioOne Complete. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 4 August, 2014

Annual Reviews Teams Up with ReadCube to Increase Discoverability of Its 46 High Impact Journals Across ReadCube's Web, Desktop and Mobile Platforms.

Annual Reviews, the nonprofit publisher of review journals in the sciences and social sciences, today announced an agreement with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to enhance discoverability of its content. Read More

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 9 July, 2014

IGI Global Partners with ReadCube to Increase Discoverability of Content across Web, Desktop, and Mobile Platforms.

IGI Global, an international publisher of progressive academic research, today announced an agreement with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to enhance its content via indexing on ReadCube’s platform, used by more than 5.7 million researchers worldwide. Read More

Cambridge, MA - May 15th, 2014

ReadCube Unveils New Additions to Its Popular Research Management Platform.

New tools continue ReadCube’s tradition of smart, innovative solutions that save researchers time and remove the complexity around working with scholarly literature. Read More

Nature Blogs; Julie Gould - March 18th 2014

Scientific Publishing and a Digital Future

Nature Blogs speaks to Euan Adie (Altmetric) and Alex Hodgson (ReadCube) in this podcast about scientific publishing and a digital future. Read More

Insights: the UKSG journal; Mark England, Rick Anderson - November 6th 2013

Patron-driven acquisition of journal articles using ReadCube at the University of Utah

The University of Utah Library has teamed with a new company, Labtiva, to experiment with a product called ReadCube Access. This product allows the library to provide access to journal articles using a patron-driven acquisition (PDA) mechanism, using a tiered pricing structure based on level and permanence of access. Outcomes of the pilot program and a value analysis are discussed. Overall, the program is deemed a success by the Library. Read More

Journal Prep - July 31, 2013

Organize Your Literature Library with ReadCube

In order to keep up with the fast pace of scientific research, most researchers, scientists, professors, and students have to spend a great deal of time reading journal articles. This can be very time-consuming and can quickly make users frustrated with the limitations and drawbacks of both printed journals and traditional PDF files. Luckily, a new generation of digital tools is emerging to help deal with these problems. Read More

Insights: the UKSG journal; Mark England, Phill Jones - June 7, 2013

Diversification of Access Pathways and the Role of Demand Driven Acquisition

The combined influence of rapidly changing technology and the economic downturn has forced librarians and publishers to reassess their respective roles in the delivery of information. Many are realizing that the costs of traditional collection management through journal subscriptions and particularly the 'Big Deal' are not only burdensome but unsustainable. Read More

Bite-Sized Bio; Laura Fulford - May 13, 2013

How To Get Organized With Reference Managers for Science – ReadCube

One of the best features of ReadCube, and one I wished existed when I was doing my PhD, is the enhanced PDF feature This feature overlays information about authors, references and supplemental material onto the PDF. Clicking references within the text brings up the related citations in a separate side bar, including links to the online articles, allowing you quick access to related papers without losing your place. Read More

May 2, 2013

ReadCube Articles, now on eLife!

We’re pleased to announce that the eLife journal is officially supported in ReadCube an Enhanced PDF! You can enjoy this functionality in the desktop app—simply make sure you’re using the latest version, and you’ll be good to go. Read More

Xinhuanet; Xia Xiaopeng - March 21, 2013

Readcube: An all-in-one tool for reading PDF articles

ReadCube, a new program for digital articles reading and managing, has been praised highly on the Internet. As a comprehensive, all-in-one tool, ReadCube offers specific multi-functions, such as clean operation interface, daily recommendation service and a better experience of reading PDFs of scholarly articles. Read More

Hoboken, N.J. – February 6th, 2013

Wiley Makes Scientific PDFs Interactive With the ReadCube Web Reader from Labtiva

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

Boston, MA - October 8th, 2012

A Plan to Open Up Science Journals

Boston Globe: Science publishing today is much like the pre-iTunes days of music sales, when customers who wanted just one song from an artist had to buy a whole album. University libraries and companies have to buy yearlong subscriptions, called site licenses, to give ­researchers access to a handful of articles. But at several thousand dollars or more per subscription, even the richest libraries can’t ­afford to buy every scientific journal that’s published. And most researchers can’t justify the $30 to $50 single-article fee or the wait of weeks or months for an interlibrary loan. Read More

September 25, 2012

ReadCube: An excellent all-in-one tool for organizing, finding, reading and annotating PDF articles

PDF library organization is important if you’re a student or a scholar. Enter new kid on the block ReadCube, a free Adobe AIR app currently in public beta. ReadCube offers a comprehensive, all-in-one solution for organizing, finding and reading articles. It's a worthy competitor to Zotero and Mendeley. Read More

BOSTON – 15 January, 2012

Open Access Science Publisher Frontiers Adopts ReadCube Web Reader for Interactive PDF Reading

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

BOSTON – 8 November, 2012

Affordable 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

BOSTON – 27 September, 2012

University 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 – 2 November, 2011

ReadCube Brings Enhanced Reading Experience to Nature.com

Labtiva, Nature Publishing Group (NPG), and Digital Science announced today the integration of the ReadCube Web Reader with nature.com. Read More

BOSTON – 11 October, 2011

Digital Science announces investment in Boston based start-up Labtiva

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 Sinisa Hrvatin, to help researchers manage their information collections more efficiently, starting with content. Read More

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