May 25, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno has been named as one of The Silicon Review Magazine’s “50 Most Valuable Brands of the Year 2018”. Companies are selected for this award based on a combination of factors including financial health, customer retention, product performance and overall reputation. Yewno was also recognized in 2017 by the Silicon Review as one of the “50 Smartest Companies of the Year”. Both accolades come on the heels of Yewno’s winning distinction as “Outsell’s 2017 Emerging Company of the Year” by research and advisory firm Outsell, Inc. which focuses on the convergence of data, information and technology.
May 16, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced a new competition in which high school students must collaborate together to produce outstanding research. This new installment of the DoYewno? High School Research Competition is open to students age 19 and under until materials become due at midnight PST on June 15th, 2018. All submissions must be collaborative between a group of two or more students.
May 1, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced the winners of the of the DoYewno? High School Research Competition, which celebrated the launch of Yewno Create, a platform that gives K-12 students the ability to research, write, collaborate on and publish research articles. Thirteen winners from nine countries were selected from hundreds of entries.
April 10, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced that Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Milan will be joining top universities and libraries across seven countries by adopting Yewno’s cutting edge knowledge discovery technology. Vita-Salute San Raffaele will be adopting both the Yewno Discover and Yewno Biomedical products, which aid researchers in knowledge discovery of scholarly materials and biomedical research respectively.
April 4, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced the close of the of the DoYewno? High School Research Competition, which celebrated the launch of Yewno Create, a platform that gives K-12 students the ability to research, write, collaborate on and publish research articles.
March 28, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced the introduction of free and open US Federal Government documents into its Discover platform for universities and libraries. Within this platform, users will be able to explore millions of federal documents at the conceptual level.
March 22, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced that the Bavarian State Library will offer researchers the option of performing research in either English or German using the Yewno Discover platform.
February 27, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced that it has added German and Chinese language documents to its Discover platform. Yewno’s Discover platform harnesses hundreds of millions of semantic connections and conceptual links from millions of scholarly articles, books, and databases across all academic fields. This empowers students and researchers to navigate intuitively across concepts, relationships, and disciplines, learning from resources that might have otherwise been overlooked. This not only enhances understanding and creates more impactful work, but also saves time while ensuring comprehensive coverage. The multilingual Discover platform offers users the ability to conduct their research in any one of the languages offered: English, German and Chinese, or any combination of those three languages. German and Chinese content published on the platform is in the original language, not a translation, and is acquired directly from publishers and high quality Open Access sources. This ensures accuracy and integrity of the original content, as well as original language point-of view.
February 13, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno, Inc. a leading provider of AI solutions, today announces the launch of Yewno Create, a platform that gives K-12 students the ability to research, write, collaborate on and publish research articles.
January 16, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno announced that Deakin University, in Victoria, Australia has selected the Yewno Discover research application to support the interdisciplinary and explorative search needs of its faculty and students. University libraries that have adopted Yewno now span seven countries, including the US, UK, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, Italy and now, Australia.
January 15, 2018
(Yewno) Yewno, Inc., a leading provider of AI-driven knowledge discovery solutions, announced that publishers who use Ingram Content Group services can make book content discoverable over the Yewno platform. De Gruyter now joins Stanford University Press, Brill, and Wiley as publishers with books provided by Ingram and now discoverable through Yewno.
November 20, 2017
(Yewno) Yewno, a leader in AI technology has appointed Publishers Communication Group as its exclusive sales agent covering the United States, Canada and Europe to sell Yewno Discover and Yewno Unearth.
October 2, 2017
(Yewno) Yewno announced that Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy has selected the Yewno Discover research application to support the interdisciplinary and explorative search needs of its faculty and students. University libraries that have adopted Yewno now span six countries, including the US, UK, Switzerland, Germany, Canada and now Italy.
September 27, 2017
(Yewno) Yewno Discover will now be dramatically enhanced by the inclusion of Cambridge University Press’ full digitized academic content. Over the last 2 years, the knowledge discovery product has benefited from the inclusion of Cambridge University Press journal articles. Yewno’s relationship with the Press has now deepened with the inclusion of their full digital content, as the Discover product continues to prove its potential as a vital tool for researchers and students.
September 15, 2017
(Yewno) New insights gained through the use of Unearth will fuel internal collaborative strategic discussions to direct the editorial development of crucial peacebuilding reports. USIP has updated its suite of analytic tools. In addition to gaining an increased understanding of user behavior through the use of a variety of standard and nonstandard analytics, USIP has chosen to use Yewno Unearth to explore and understand the content of its publications on a deeper level.