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Elsevier Acquires

Posted at 4:57PM Monday 07 Jan 2013

Elsevier, a unit of the global Scientific/Technical/Medical publisher Reed Elsevier, has acquired, an online subscription reference service providing highly technical data primarily aimed at engineers. Founded in 2001 by Chris Forbes, Knovel partners with more than 100 STM publishing partners to delivers technical information and analytical tools to more than 800 institutional clients around the world.


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