Researcher

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Co-founder Ramiz Nathani introduces you to Researcher

During my PhD and postdoctoral research, I always struggled to find
a simple way to keep track of latest publications. So, with a small
team in London, we built Researcher - a simple mobile app and a
website that allows academics read and track the latest relevant
papers that have been published in all the top scientific journals.
With Researcher, we are helping to solve problems that ultimately
lead to commercial advantage for the institutions and corporations
that lead on them.

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    Business Stats (as of the end of November 2017)

    • >11,000 users
    • 18% weekly growth rate
    • >2,500 universities
    • ~600 daily active devices
    • 20 Net Promoter Score
    • ~0.5 million articles browsed (lifetime)

    Company Impact Stories

    • “I love the app. It pulls all the articles from my favourite journals
      so well that I don't need to go on different websites to keep
      myself up-to-date with latest stuff.”
      – Madhav Sharma, MBBS, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Manhattan

    • “PHENOMENAL. Nothing to complain about. Never found such a useful app.” - Filippo Tusa, University of Rome

    • “Researcher is wonderful! I used to use Feedly but since I found Researcher, I became a big fan of it!” - Prof. Wataru Sato, Associate Professor, Kanazawa University

    • “I love Researcher and I use it every day. I’ve introduced it to my colleagues and friends already.” – Elisha Otome, Research Assistant at University of Louisville

    • “Every scientist and student should have your app.” - Jasmine Marzouk, University of Westminster

    • “I’ve been looking for an app like this for years. Although other tools are useful for cataloguing PDFs and making annotations, this is the first app that presents new research abstracts in an attractive and easy-to- browse interface. It’s much more efficient than alerts, and helps me catch up on the latest publications during my work commute. Kudos to the developers on a job well done!” – Chris Whelan, Medicine, University of Southern California