Elsevier creates life sciences division

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Amsterdam--Elsevier, a unit of Reed Elsevier, announced Wednesday a new division to focus on the life sciences. The unit combines all of Elsevier’s science and technology products aimed at the life sciences industry, including the company’s 400 chemistry and life sciences journals, such as Cell and the Journal of Molecular Biology. The division was created in cooperation with San Leandro, Calif.-based MDL Information Systems Inc., an Elsevier subsidiary specializing in discovery informatics for chemistry and the life sciences.
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