Conference Abstracts and Posters: Access with Morressier on Dialog
Access and search conference abstracts and posters in the Morressier database with the Dialog platform.
Morressier provides coverage of posters and abstracts from medical, engineering and life science conferences held around the world since 2015. Morressier is the leading platform for early-stage research and receives conference posters directly from the research authors themselves, at the point of conference submission.
By accessing Morressier’s collection of conference posters and abstracts directly through Dialog, you can take advantage of our flexible pricing options, powerful search features and unmatched range of other content sources.
Take a look below to learn more about the advantages of searching for conference abstracts and posters on Dialog.
The benefits of using Dialog
Search conference abstracts and posters with precision research tools
Dialog allows users to perform cross-database searches, download results, save searches and create custom reports, all in a single interface. This helps improve collaboration and enables organisations to create custom search workflows that meet their specific requirements.
In addition, search results are provided in a native qualitative XML format that integrates seamlessly into downstream workflows.
Dialog also includes the Dialog® Alerts Manager, which lets users easily manage multiple searches and set up research alerts.
Find out the latest early-stage research
Through Dialog you can ensure you are aware of the latest developments in early-stage scientific research. With Morressier and other databases available on Dialog, you can access cutting-edge research before it appears in the main scientific journals.
Dialog also allows you to set up search alerts for these databases using Dialog Alerts Manager. This means you can search for a particular topic and find out as soon as new early-stage research is published on that specific area of research.
Search Other Databases in the Same Interface
Through Dialog, researchers can access and search peer-reviewed content in over 140 literature databases. Together, these databases offer:
- 1.3 billion authoritative records
- 20 million pages of newspapers
- 33 full-text patent authorities
- 69 bibliographic patent authorities
Flexible Pricing for Content on Morressier
We offer flexible pricing models for accessing abstracts and posters in the Morressier database via the Dialog platform. From subscription models to a range of transaction-based pricing options, Dialog customers can use Morressier at a price and commitment level that suits them:
- Standard Transactional Plan: Pay as you go access
- Commitment Plan: Discounts when you commit to a minimum annual contract value
- Choice and Site License Plans: Flat rate subscriptions for specific databases or groups of databases
Using Dialog to Search Conference Abstracts and Posters
We work with businesses around the world to support their pharmaceutical and scientific research efforts. As well as helping them search and access early-stage research, we work with them to achieve their end goals – whether that’s a research outcome or regulatory compliance. Click on the examples below to find out more and see how we can support you.
If you need to search conference abstracts and posters, get in touch with us to discuss your needs and how we can help you.
Overview of Morressier
Morressier aims to help scientists accelerate their breakthroughs by making previously hidden early-stage research accessible and discoverable. The collection includes posters not published anywhere else and allows you to see who’s working on what and funded by whom, to explore promising research projects of top international institutions, and to get a first look at trending scientific topics of tomorrow.
Authors make their posters available to Morressier at the point of conference submission and thus unlike other sources of conference material, the content has not had to wait to be published in a journal or noticed on a conference organizer’s website. Title, author, subject area, keywords, conference information and abstract are available in addition to a fully searchable PDF of the poster itself, so easy subject access to this wealth of early-stage, ‘grey’ research literature is assured.
Some of the subject areas covered by Morressier are:
- Diet, Food and Nutrition
- Emergency Medicine
- Infectious Diseases
- Internal Medicine
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
What questions can Morressier help to answer?
- What research is currently in progress on glaucoma?
- What has been the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer treatment?
- Could caffeine be responsible for elevated levels of manganese and positive psychotic symptoms?
- Which organizations are conducting or funding research on pencil beam scanning proton therapy?
- What are some of the pregnancy outcomes after unintentional exposure to vildagliptin?
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