Essential Techniques for Life Science Research 

Successful life sciences and biomedical research is critical to important scientific breakthroughs and innovation. The discovery process is essential and tools developed by scientists for researchers can reduce the amount of time spent identifying source materials.

Nigel Robinson, Director, Content Management at Clarivate Analytics will share insights about life science research and will highlight examples from BIOSIS®Previews and Zoological Record. Please join us on 8th December, at 3:00 p.m. GMT for “Essential Techniques for Life Science Research,” presented by Research Information and EBSCO.

Attendees Will Learn 
  • An overview of the ways expert indexing helps researchers uncover relevant results 
  • Methods of exploring biomedical meetings, patents and book contents 
  • The scope and coverage of the BIOSIS Previews  and Zoological Records databases  
  • The value added by Clarivate Analytics to the records  
Clarivate Analytics accelerates the pace of research by providing trusted insights and analytics to customers around the world, enabling them to discover, develop, protect and commercialize new ideas, faster. Formerly the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters, Clarivate Analytics owns and operates a collection of leading subscription-based businesses focused on scientific and academic research, patent analytics and regulatory standards, pharmaceutical and biotech intelligence, trademark protection, domain brand protection and intellectual property management. Clarivate Analytics is now an independent company with over 4,000 employees, operating in more than 100 countries and owns wellknown brands that include Web of ScienceCortellisWeb of Science, Cortellis, Thomson Innovation Derwent World Patents Index, CompuMark, MarkMonitor and Techstreet, among others.


Nigel Robinson  
Director, Content Management at Clarivate Analytics
Nigel Robinson is Director, Content Management based in the York, UK office of Clarivate Analytics.  Nigel manages a number of product content and content strategy initiatives for the Web of Science platform to deliver the critical information needed by customers, including theData Citation Index,BIOSISZoological Record and the Regional Citation Index program. His responsibilities extend to bringing new content to the platform for these areas. Past experience includes leading the Zoological Record operation and heading the BIOSIS European help desk, supporting and training customers in search and discovery of biological information. He has fulfilled a number of roles at Thomson Reuters, and previously at BIOSIS, in editorial content capture and indexing, customer support and education, and product management. Nigel holds a BSc (Hons) in Zoology, Physiology and Biochemistry from Reading University, UK.


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