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Tuesday, October 08 2019 - 13:00
CACTUS Ties up With Scholarcy to Speed up the Scholarly Communication Process
LONDON, Oct. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet --

Cactus Communications, a leading global scholarly, medical communication and 
technology solution company is proud to announce a partnership with Scholarcy 
( This partnership will explore ways to speed up 
the scholarly communication process for researchers. 


Cactus Communications
Scholarcy's mission is to help researchers and students become more productive 
at every stage of their work – from reviewing the literature, to authoring and 
publishing. Scholarcy's knowledge compression engine generates succinct 
summaries, surfaces the most important findings, explains key concepts, and 
connects the researcher to every cited source in a paper.

"Since our launch last year, Scholarcy has been helping the global research 
community keep on top of the unprecedented growth of published work with 
technology that cuts down reading time and automatically surfaces related 
research", said Phil Gooch, Founder and CEO. "The ability of our technology to 
create machine-readable, structured data from any document also helps authors 
and publishers make their content more discoverable and reach wider audiences. 
We're delighted by the opportunity that partnering with Cactus Communications 
gives us to substantially improve research communication for its wide base of 
researchers, and beyond."

Founded in 2002, CACTUS has collaborated with more than 362,000 researchers 
globally to help them publish more than 1 million research papers. While its 
flagship arm Editage offers a raft of products and services across the stages 
of manuscript reporting all the way through to publication, its newest unit 
Impact Science focuses on research communication to drive impact beyond journal 

"More than 8000 journal articles are published every day, and arguably a lot 
more would be written every day. We are interested in improving researchers' 
productivity that frees up their time to do research, something they are best 
trained to do. In Scholarcy we see a fantastic partner that is doing some 
working on innovations at the same end," said, Abhishek Goel, CEO and 
Co-founder, Cactus Communication, while commenting on the partnership.

CACTUS is committed to improve and empower the global scholarly communication 
process and the partnership with Scholarcy is the first of many such 
initiatives that CACTUS will undertake. 

About Cactus Communications

Founded in 2002, Cactus Communications is a global scholarly, medical 
communications, and technology solutions company with offices in Tokyo, Seoul, 
Shanghai, Beijing, London, Princeton, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Singapore. CACTUS 
operates through two flagship arms: Editage, a leading consumer technology 
business that provides editorial, translation, and digital solutions, and 
Cactus Life Sciences, which provides rich strategic and tactical content 
solutions to stakeholders associated with global pharma and device-making 
entities. The team, comprising over 900 full-time employees and 3,000 
freelancers, has served close to 362,000 researchers, doctors, and scientists 
across 191 countries and has transformed over 1 million papers across 1,200 
disciplines. CACTUS' newest brand, Impact Science, works with societies, 
publishers, and universities to help bring the world's best and most important 
research to people around the world, going beyond the traditional article that 
has served research publishing for over two centuries. CACTUS has a vision of 
maximizing the usefulness of researchers' time and linking East and West 
together to accelerate the progress of academic research.

To know more about our services, brand, and partnership opportunities, visit

For further information write to:

About Scholarcy:

Founded in 2018, Scholarcy is a London-based startup applying natural language 
processing and machine learning to solve the problem of information overload, 
and help authors and publishers structure and promote their content. 
Researchers around the world subscribe to Scholarcy's web library, and its APIs 
are used by information providers to make their content more discoverable.

To find out more about our services, visit:

For further information, contact us at:  


Source:  Cactus Communications