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Knovel Expands Engineering Content with Six New Publishing Partners

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Knovel’s Partners Include More than 90 International Publishers & Societies

NEW YORK, September 27, 2011 – Knovel, the leading provider of a Web-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools, expanded its partner ecosystem with the addition of six publishing partners. To best serve the needs of customers, Knovel continues to deepen and broaden its content collections with new partnerships. Knovel has added a total of 10 new publishing partners in 2011.

“Working with Knovel enables us to effectively reach engineers that require in-depth information on specific weld types and processes, including civil, mechanical and aerospace engineers,” says Martha Baker, Librarian of Hobart Institute of Welding Technology.  “Hobart is well known amongst welders and fabricators seeking to learn best practices and improve their skills. To continue to make our industry more competitive, we want to help educate more engineers about their role in working with fabricators and welders as they bring products to market.”

New partners include:

American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
– Counting more than 43,000 members worldwide and established in 1899, ASM is the oldest and largest single life science membership organization with in the world.

American Welding Society (AWS) – Advancing the science, technology and application of welding and allied joining and cutting processes including brazing, soldering, and thermal spraying. AWS has more than 66,000 members worldwide.

Helvetian Press – Offering Thomas E Creighton’s The Physical and Chemical Basis of Molecular Biology and The Biophysical Chemistry of Nucleic Acids and Proteins.

Hobart Institute of Welding Technology
– Helps individuals develop marketable welding skills through quality training at minimum cost. 

The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (The AUSIMM) – Represents professionals engaged in all facets of the global minerals sector.

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) -Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. 

“The international mix of authoritative publishers and societies we’ve recently added to our roster of partners reflects Knovel’s worldwide footprint and expands the range of expertise available in our content portfolio,” says Delores Meglio, vice president, publisher relations for Knovel. “Engineers increasingly seek deeper content from trusted sources that is often not available elsewhere online. The industry-renowned relationships we develop ensure engineers can access the breadth and depth of information they need quickly through Knovel.”

Knovel partners with more than 90 societies and publishers worldwide to ensure engineers have access to trusted sources of technical content across 26 engineering subject areas. For more information about Knovel and partnership opportunities, please visit: http://why.knovel.com/solution/content.html.

About Knovel

Knovel is a Web-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools to drive innovation and deliver answers engineers can trust. Knovel users include thousands of engineers and applied scientists worldwide. Knovel has more than 700 customers worldwide including 74 of the Fortune 500 companies and more than 300 leading universities. Founded in 2000, Knovel is a private company headquartered in New York City. For more information, visit www.knovel.com or call (866) 240-8174.

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