New England Biolabs, AQnowledge Team Up to Make Scientific Literature More Interactive | GenomeWeb

New England Biolabs said this week that it will work with semantics tool developer Academic Concept Knowledge, or AQnowledge, to include interactive content in peer-reviewed scientific literature.

Andy Bertera, NEB's executive director of marketing, said that his company will provide data about "our library of molecular biology reagents and their applications."

The partners will link NEB's library to scientific papers that are available via Utopia Documents, a free PDF reader that connects research articles with online content.

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