European Bioinformatics Institute Wins Five-Year Contract to Run UK PubMed Central | GenomeWeb

The European Bioinformatics Institute has been awarded a five-year contract to run and lead the development of UK PubMed Central until 2016.

Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.

EBI will partner with the University of Manchester and the British Library to build a digital repository that helps researchers "make the best possible use of the scientific literature by building deep content links between articles and the underlying data,” Johanna McEntyre, head of literature services at EMBL-EBI, said in a statement.

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