We're pleased to announce that Elsevier is rolling out links on ScienceDirect to Citrination in cases where our platform has underlying data from the corresponding Elsevier journal article. These data are freely accessible on Citrination. Here's an example of what these links look like:
You can check out a couple other example articles in Computational Materials Science:
- First principles investigation on the structural, mechanical and electronic properties of OsC2
- The structural and mechanical properties of CdN compound: A first principles study
This move continues Citrine's tradition of helping solve important data infrastructure problems in materials research. For example, we recently released a free solution to US funding agency data management plan requirements that any researcher can leverage by simply inserting this text into their proposals. We're excited to continue to work with authors, funding agencies, Elsevier, and other stakeholders to make research data in materials and chemicals more accessible and useful!