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New York, 24 June 2008 – The Elsevier Foundation is seeking grant proposals for its Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries and New Scholars programs. Grant proposals for the two programs sponsored by Elsevier, a leading global publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, are due by September 15, 2008. The grants will be awarded in December 2008 and provide one, two and three year awards between… [Read more]

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New York, 13 February 2008 – The Elsevier Foundation has announced today that it has committed a total of $594,000 in grants to thirteen institutions from around the world in support of initiatives that promote the work of libraries and scholars in science, technology and medicine. The recipient programs were selected from over 150 applicants worldwide for their innovation and potential for impact in the developing world and the… [Read more]

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New York, 15 October 2004 – The Elsevier Foundation has endowed a chair in science and technology at Tsinghua University, China’s top research university, located in Beijing. One of the main purposes of this initiative is to assist in the integration of science coming out of Chinese institutions with the work of scientists based in other countries. This is to be done by developing further international collaborative projects and engaging… [Read more]

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New York, 3 June 2004 – The Elsevier Foundation released a summary of its grants through Spring 2004, with contributions totaling $33,733. During this round of giving, the Foundation has focused in a general manner on education and health initiatives. Education starts with reading, according to Biblionef, a South African-based organization aimed a developing a curiosity and a love of reading among children. Biblionef will use their grant of nearly… [Read more]

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New York, 24 May 2004 – The Elsevier Foundation is pleased to congratulate Dr. Timothy B. Patrick, the 2004 recipient of the Medical Library Association’s (MLA) $25,000 Donald A. B. Lindberg Research Fellowship. Dr. Patrick, assistant professor of health informatics at the University of Missouri-Columbia’s School of Medicine, received his prize today at an awards ceremony luncheon held during the MLA ‘04 annual meeting in Washington, D. C. Read… [Read more]