ARC chooses Elseviers SciVerse Scopus data source for ERA 2012 Elsevier.

Professor Margaret Sheil, CEO of the ARC stated, ‘It is essential for all key stakeholders mixed up in process, like the Australian Government, to understand Australia’s strengths, to keep to innovate, collaborate and assist the process of discovery and study. We’ve selected SciVerse Scopus because of its breadth and depth of protection including journal titles from over 100 countries. The ARC welcomes this collaboration with Elsevier and thanks them for the solid business commitment they show for the ERA initiative.’ ‘With SciVerse Scopus selected as the official supplier of citation data for ERA 2012, Elsevier is honored to once again contribute to Australia’s world-leading research assessment initiative,’ stated Jay Katzen, Controlling Director, Authorities and Academic Markets in Elsevier.This is a moment of hope, he adds, continuing, The world has seen a simple transformation in the global AIDS outlook over the past decade, with the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Alleviation and the Global Fund to Fight Helps, Tuberculosis and Malaria playing leading roles. Related StoriesClinical trial suggests HIV patients should start therapy sooner instead of laterEppendorf launches cellular appHowever, Goosby writes, [t]he point is not that it’s time to rest on our laurels – – it’s the opposite: now that we have made so much progress, and come up to now, we should push on and carry out even more simply. He adds, The achievement we’ve achieved up to now can be what tells us that people can perform an AIDS-free generation. In my view, we have much more room in which to increase both our effect and efficiency, and we will continue to drive these improvements.