Glencoe Software, Inc. is pleased to announce that The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (www.pnas.org). one of the most read and cited scientific journals in the world, will use its Data InPress Video Injection Service (http://glencoesoftware.com/data-inpress.html) to deliver video content to its readers. Videos will appear in-line within the full-text html page of research articles, positioned near to where they are referenced in the text. You can view an example in this article: http://www.pnas.org/content/111/18/E1862.full.
Video data are integral to scientific research articles, but they have long been relegated to the “Supporting Information” pages on the PNAS website due to the historical limitations of print media and the constraints of content workflows and platform technology. Those constraints have been overcome with Glencoe Software’s Video Injection Service. Video data are converted from any file type into standardized formats for streaming to play-in-place viewers on desktop computers, tablets, or phones.
Dana Compton, Publication Director of PNAS, said, “We are pleased to partner with Glencoe Software to offer this new streamlined presentation of video data in PNAS research articles. We strive to make all types of data in our articles as accessible as possible to our readers.” Jason Swedlow, President of Glencoe Software, Inc., said, “Video data are intrinsic to modern research reports. Our Video Injection Service places videos in their rightful location within the full text of published articles.”
PNAS is one of the world’s most-cited multidisciplinary scientific journals. It covers the biological, physical, and social sciences and mathematics and publishes cutting-edge research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, colloquium papers, and actions of the Academy. PNAS appears weekly in print, and daily online as PNAS Early Edition. Newly published papers are listed at http://www.pnas.org/content/early/recent. For more information about PNAS or the NAS, visit http://www.pnas.org or http://www.nasonline.org.