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Collexis Enhances BioMedExperts.com Site

Collexis Holdings, Inc. (www.collexis.com) announced website enhancements to BioMedExperts.com, an online social network that promotes global collaborative medical research and development. New features include expansion of available publication data dating from 1980 (1996 in version 1.0), a new directory of more than 1,800 organizations and institutions from 137 countries, and improved features to identify and invite colleagues into a network.

Collexis launched BioMedExperts.com in January 2008 to facilitate collaboration and to increase biomedical research among healthcare and life sciences professionals. With 1.4 million pre-generated researcher profiles with pre-established network connections from more than 120 countries, BioMedExperts.com is designed to help users connect with each other, free of charge, through the display and analysis of the networks of co-authors with whom each investigator works to publish scientific papers.

The initiative is the result of an agreement in which Collexis developed the knowledge-discovery solutions and text-mining applications for BioMedExperts and Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences provided the hardware and continued marketing support for the site. Additional enhancements are planned over the next 3 months so that users may continue to grow their professional networks, identify researchers with necessary expertise for future collaboration, and analyze the profiles and published research of scientists across the globe.

Source: Collexis Holdings, Inc.



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