PHILADELPHIA, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Clinicians and students will benefit from these medical reference and learning solutionsenhanced by Inkling's feature-rich, intuitive and interactive digital platformElsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of the fully redesigned Expert Consult and Student Consult, its two medical reference and learning platforms, now powered by Inkling, the creator of engaging, intuitive digital books for some of the world's most respected publishers. Expert Consult and Student Consult now feature Inkling's standard-setting reading and search experience. Both existing and new users will benefit from easy search, consistent structure, rich media, social and community features, as well as seamless electronic access from any device. Fast Company recently selected Inkling as one of " The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies." These interactive tools offer access to Elsevier's robust, renowned library of texts, including Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, Gray's Anatomy and Braunwald's Heart Disease in digital format. There is no additional cost for separate use of digital and print copies of each available title. If a clinician or medical student buys the print version of an Elsevier medical reference or textbook, the corresponding digital title is also theirs on Expert Consult or Student Consult. "We are constantly working to provide the best, most comprehensive and interactive tools to meet the needs of our increasingly tech-savvy customers," said Linda Belfus, Senior Vice President for Content, Elsevier Clinical Solutions. "Inkling's technology, coupled with our extensive library of medical texts, makes the learning experience for medical students and the reference needs for clinicians more convenient, immersive and rewarding." More than half a million users around the world of Expert Consult and Student Consult have been integrated to-date through platform migration.