Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2008 -- Reprints Desk, Inc., a subsidiary of Derycz Scientific, Inc., announced today that it has reached an agreement with Bentham Science Publishers to deliver PDFs of individual journal articles from the 89 print and online journals published by Bentham, including the newly launched Recent Patent series and the Current Research series. Reprints Desk will work with Bentham to sell bulk commercial reprints and single articles into its corporate market.
Matthew Honan, Publisher for Bentham, said, "We are looking forward to working with Reprints Desk as a copyright-compliant redistributor of STM content."
"We are particularly excited about Bentham's Recent Patent series," says Jan Peterson, Head of Publisher Relations for Reprints Desk. "We think it will be a particular interest to our biopharmaceutical market."
Reprints Desk provides full-service article delivery that allows customers to order published articles, whether paper or electronic, via the means that works best for them. Reprints Desk supports order placement via email, link resolvers, a web-based order form, or fax. The Reprints Desk service provides access to both online journals and physical library collections. Articles are delivered in their original format and color, either as a PDF or a professionally printed hardcopy, with no extra charge for color. Reprints Desk provides fast turn-around and integrated data management and reporting capabilities.
About Reprints Desk
Reprints Desk is an innovative new content re-purposing company focused on medical and scientific publishing. The company was formed in 2006 by content professionals with over 50 years of experience serving customers and publishers in healthcare. Reprints Desk offers reprints, ePrints, single article delivery, and related data management solutions.
About Bentham Science Publishers
Bentham Science answers the informational needs of the pharmaceutical, biomedical and medical research community, with 89 online and print journals, over 200 Open Access journals, and related print/online book series. www. bentham.org