Research Solutions, Inc., a pioneer in providing cloud-based workflow solutions for R&D driven organizations, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Reprints Desk and technology company Digital Science have forged an agreement bringing together the power of two research tools: Article Galaxy and Dimensions. Reprints Desk’s award-winning Article Galaxy research platform provides customers with fast, reliable, and personalized access to full-text scientific literature and intelligent data insights. Digital Science’s new research and discovery tool, Dimensions, integrates more than 137 million publications, grants, clinical trials, patents, and policy documents.

The Dimensions database supports Article Galaxy’s ecosystem of Gadgets – powerful research productivity apps for science. Article Galaxy users searching or managing citation data within certain apps or Gadgets in Article Galaxy are offered automated ‘More Like This’ recommendations with actionable citation references powered by Dimensions – and can access, purchase, or rent the full-text paper on the spot.

“Article Galaxy’s intelligent ecosystem of gadgets enables scientists to personalize and simplify their research workflows by gathering the data that’s important to them. Dimensions helps us to achieve this goal,” said Peter Derycz, President and CEO of Research Solutions.

Christian Herzog, CEO of the Data and Analytics group at Digital Science, adds, “Dimensions is pleased to collaborate with Reprints Desk to address the latest research challenges facing scientists. Our organizations share a vision to impact the research lifecycle and to facilitate innovation.”


About Reprints Desk

More than 70 percent of pharmaceutical companies, prestigious universities, and other R&D driven corporations rely on Article Galaxy, Reprints Desk’s cloud-based research intelligence platform, for simplified and lowest cost access to the latest scientific research and data. Article Galaxy combines on-demand research retrieval, scientific data analytics, and enterprise literature management in one platform, featuring an ecosystem of app-like Gadgets and a Gadget Store for easy enhancement and visualization of data. For more information on Article Galaxy, please visit: