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Thomson Reuters Adds Korean Content to Web of Science

The Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters integrated Korea Citation Index (KCI) content from South Korea’s National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) into its Web of Science discovery platform. This partnership advances the country’s position as an emerging scientific research center by making the KCI content available in the Web of Science as the KCI Korean Journal Database. This dataset connects to indexes in the Web of Science so that researchers around the world can review and analyze the South Korean content along with other international literature.

“Most universities and research institutions in South Korea rely on the KCI when evaluating their researchers and scholarly works,” says Chung Min Keun, the NRF’s president. “Despite their outstanding quality, Korean journals are not known outside this region and are mostly published by local academic societies. By collaborating with Thomson Reuters, known for its rigorous journal selection criteria for Web of Science, we hope to increase the global impact of Korean research and international exposure of Korean journals, and encourage more scholarly exchange between South Korea and the rest of the world.”

Source: Thomson Reuters

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