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Reflecting on the Past Year: Highlights of 2013 January 22nd, 2014, by

Previous year has been incredibly eventful for colwiz – from launching our own platform to the public to partnering with world’s largest scientific society, ACS, and launching colwiz-powered ACS ChemWorx. We intend this year to be every bit as exciting as the previous.

colwiz launches the first HTML5 Interactive PDF Reader in collaboration with Royal Society Publishing and Taylor & Francis December 4th, 2013, by

Isaac Newton, James Clerk Maxwell, Michael Faraday and Charles Darwin, all published their research in journals of the Royal Society, the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence since 1660. Taylor and Francis is one of the largest publishers of scholarly articles with 1800 journals in publication. Today, we are announcing a collaboration with the Royal Society and Taylor & Francis to bring the most innovative reading experience to researchers using the latest HTML5 technology…

colwiz at SpotOn London 2013 – Where Revolutionaries in Research and Innovation Meet November 7th, 2013, by

This year, SpotOn will bring together revolutionaries in research and innovation from Mozilla Open Science Lab, CERN, Health Protection Agency UK, Europe PubMed Central, Open Knowledge Foundation, and science journalists from CNN, The Guardian among others. This is an exciting opportunity for our team to discuss the future of research with these luminaries and share our collective wizdom. We are participating in the event along with other co-sponsors including CrossRef, PLOS, BioMed Central and F1000Research …

colwiz at exclusive START event at Dublin Web Summit October 29th, 2013, by

This week, colwiz is thrilled to be at the biggest event in the world of Technology, Web Summit in Dublin, Ireland.

Boost your Research Productivity: 5GB Free at Oxford Fresher’s Fair to Celebrate the New Academic Year October 8th, 2013, by

Our team has been busy improving colwiz this summer and now, to kick off the new academic year, we’re ready to help you do your research even more efficiently. Keeping with the tradition, colwiz will be at Oxford University’s Freshers’ …