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China releases international knowledge management platform CSpace 6.0

By Zhang Huan (People's Daily Online)    17:21, September 21, 2017

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CSpace 6.0, an international knowledge management platform developed by Lanzhou Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), was released to users at home and abroad on Sept. 20, Xinhuanet.com reported.

As the main platform for the Institutional Repositories Grid of CAS (CAS IR Grid), the knowledge base has been applied in more than 110 research institutions of CAS.

The CAS IR Grid has become one of the three major repositories in the world. It has collected and preserved over 780,000 scientific achievements, and more than 80 percent of them are available for users, said Zhu Zhongming, a researcher at Lanzhou Library.

Zhu added that the scale and influence of CSpace 6.0 in China makes it the main platform for Google Scholar and Web of Science to get access to Chinese documents, and it is widely promoted and applied in Chinese scientific institutions, universities, and enterprises.

"An open scientific knowledge network can be established based on CSpace 6.0, which will support the country's scientific and technological innovation," said Peng Yiqi, director of the National Science and Technology Center.

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