|6th June||Asian Futures: Innovation in Research and Scholarly Publishing|
|15th October||STM 50th Anniversary Frankfurt Conference & Dinner 2019|
|25th to 26th April||Advanced course in journal publishing – Japan 2019|
June 28, 2011
Now on sale in some online marketplaces: cheap, illegal access to SciFinder, an extensive database of scholarly articles and information about chemical compounds run by a division of the American Chemical Society. The sellers are pirates, hawking stolen or leaked SciFinder account information from college students and professors.
Stolen university passwords may be at fault, and while safeguards can be a hassle for users, librarians say the effort is worth it.