Research Products and Services for Researchers, Writers and Students
Reference Manager® and EndNote® are the industry standard software tools for publishing and managing bibliographies on the Windows and Macintosh desktop. Using these products, writers save countless hours of typing and interpreting style requirements when creating bibliographies for curricula vitae, manuscripts, thesis/dissertations, grant proposals, term papers and other publications.
Thomson Reuters products are used wherever research is performed worldwide including all leading academic, corporate and government institutions. The power and flexibility of these tools make them ideal for any discipline whether in the sciences or the arts and humanities. Thomson Reuters customers include scientists, researchers, information professionals and students who rely on these leading bibliographic tools to advance their research, writing and publishing.
The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters provides information and knowledge to accelerate research, discovery and innovation. Our authoritative, accurate and timely information is essential for drug companies to discover new drugs and get them to market faster; researchers to find relevant papers and know what's newly published in their subject; and businesses to optimize their intellectual property and find competitive intelligence. We create the research platforms and services of the future that will power our customers toward business and personal success.
About Thomson Reuters
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