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Bentham Science partners with Kudos

December 21, 2015

Bentham Science has made its research publications available on Kudos. Researchers can search on Kudos, read and cite the articles published by Bentham Science.

Kudos is one of the most popular media, used by researchers, to network and highlight their research. It is a web-based service that helps researchers, their institutions and funding agencies to maximize the visibility and impact of their published articles. It aims to provide a highly automated, scalable service to help researchers and their institutions measure, monitor and maximize the usage of and citations to their published articles.

"Kudos gives publishers greater visibility of how their authors are using communications channels including social media, email, academic networks and the wider web," says Charlie Rapple, Kudos Sales & Marketing Director and Co-Founder. "We are delighted to welcome Bentham Science Publishers to our community."
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For more information please visit: https://www.growkudos.com/

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