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By Catherine Dhanjal

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Meet us at STM Frankfurt; join a manufacturing or pharma-focused walkthrough.

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As Head of Content, I'm responsible for selection and value when commissioning articles, reports and webinars for Jinfo - everything we publish has a purpose. Still, even within our tight criteria for inclusion, some resources rise to the level of "best among equals". Check out my favourites from the past month in this recent blog post.

I'll also mention how pleased I am that our Product review of S&P Capital IQ came out this week - one of the most requested reviews, and difficult to secure. (If you don't yet have a Jinfo Content subscription, you can purchase the report now with a credit card.)


Meet us at STM Frankfurt

Next week I'll be at STM Frankfurt, one of the key events in the calendar for our customers in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing and science sector. This conference is attended by professional and scholarly publishers from around the world, along with consumers and purchasers of their journals, databases and platforms.

If you'll be there on 10 October and would like to set up a meeting, just email me catherine.dhanjal@jinfo.com.


Attend an industry-focused walkthrough

If you're not at the event but want to know how Jinfo can support your STM research, why not join one of our industry-focused walkthroughs where we highlight our product reviews, original research, thought pieces and models of particular interest to those in the pharmaceutical industry, or in manufacturing or STM. These sessions are also recorded, if you cannot make the live event. 

To get a listing of upcoming walkthroughs or request access to a recorded session, contact me today. 

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