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Digital revolution in Africa: ARIPO unveils groundbreaking free IP database (World Trademark Review)

World Trademark Review: Digital revolution in Africa: ARIPO unveils groundbreaking free IP database. “The African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) has launched a free online database as it bids to centralise IP records from across the continent. 41 more words

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Salisbury: Stonehenge celebrates 100 years through online photo album

Salisbury Journal: Stonehenge celebrates 100 years through online photo album. “To commemorate 100 years since being donated to the nation, the guardian of Stonehenge wants as many photos donated as possible to create a digital photo album, dating from 1918 – 2018.”

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Physics Today: Online tool breaks down physicists’ research interests

Physics Today: Online tool breaks down physicists’ research interests. “Terms like cosmologist, string theorist, or particle physicist rarely capture the true scope of a scientist’s work. 43 more words

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Yale News: Online search tool ‘lifting a veil’ on Yale’s collections

Yale News: Online search tool ‘lifting a veil’ on Yale’s collections. “Archives at Yale, a new software tool launched in early September, allows students, faculty, and other researchers to search more precisely across and within more than 5,000 collections held by 10 Yale libraries and museums. 30 more words

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Innovations Quarterly Newsletter

STAT!Ref is committed to providing you with the newest technology solutions in healthcare reference, all available in one place. Please click here and see below for what’s new this quarter including new BoardVitals subscriber tools, Primal Pictures training sessions, new resources, product updates and more. 116 more words

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ABC News: Rare Kennedy photos go inside America's most famous family

ABC News: Rare Kennedy photos go inside America’s most famous family. “The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum has completed an 18-month project to catalog and digitize more than 1,700 vintage family snapshots, and they’re now all viewable online — a photographic fix that’s sure to feed the nation’s continuing obsession with Camelot.”

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