December 2016 – The International Nuclear Information System (INIS) published an article describing the WorldWideScience Alliance's recent poster presentation at the Eighteenth International Conference on Grey Literature: Leveraging Diversity in Grey Literature, held at the New York Academy of Medicine on 28-29 November, 2016.
November 2016 – A blog article about the WorldWideScience Alliance is available on the World Data System blog. The article provides information about the partnership between the WorldWideScience Alliance and the World Data System, and the commitment both organizations share towards improving the accessibility to scientific research data.
September 2016 – A poster and presentation "The WorldWideScience Alliance: An International Partnership to Improve Access to Scientific and Technical Information and Research Data" was presented at the World Data System 2016 Members' Forum on 11 September 2016 in Denver, CO. The WorldWideScience Alliance and the World Data System share reciprocal Associate Memberships, and both organizations are committed to making research data more easily accessible.
August 2015 – The International Atomic Energy Agency's International Nuclear Information System (INIS) published an article "INIS Cooperation with the WorldWideScience.org". The INIS database, which is searchable through WWS.org, contains over 4.8 million bibliographic records and a half million full text reports, and is made available through international cooperation and collaboration between 130 Member States and 24 international organizations.
July 2015 –A presentation entitled "The WorldWideScience Alliance: An International Partnership to Improve Access to Scientific and Technical Information" was made at the 36th Annual Conference for the International Association of University Libraries (IATUL). The full paper will be available in the conference proceedings.
January 2015 – Microsoft recently published a case study about WorldWideScience.org's novel use of the Microsoft Translator. Blogs from Microsoft and from Deep Web Technologies further describe WWS.org's use of the Translator API, along with the benefits that multilingual translations capabilities offer WWS users.
July 2014 – WorldWideScience.org has a new design! Along with new graphics, the WorldWideScience.org software has also been upgraded, providing improved search speed, better multilingual translations, and more relevant results. A new Country cluster option allows users to quickly identify results from a specific country.
January 2014 – New sources recently added to the WorldWideScience.org searchable resource collection include the
Australian National Data Service’s Research Data Australia data resource and the U.S. Department of Energy’s SciTech Connect portal.