"Global scientific and scholarly research output is accelerating," said Gordon Macomber, managing director, Thomson Reuters Scientific and Scholarly Research. "The rapid adoption of the Data Citation Index solution by leading research institutions around the world is testimony to how critical it is to identify the right data sets to further enhance the scientific research process. We continue to invest in it in order to provide easy access to data sets and to develop the citation standards the global scientific and scholarly community relies on Thomson Reuters to provide."
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