Friday June 22, 2012
Pubget's mission is to accelerate science. Our job is to help scientists get the PDFs they need instantly so they can save time and find cures. We're the second largest search engine for science behind Google Scholar and want to be number one.
The product team is responsible for building amazing tools like TextMining, PaperStream and PaperStats that make R&D teams at public and private institutions more efficient.
Our tech stack
We're generalists so the only thing we look for are smart people who get things done. Our ideal developer loves software, has side projects that they can't wait to show off and is looking for a place where their contributions will make the world better.
Your tech stack
Pubget is located in the Boston seaport in a contemporary open space. We're a small team (less than 20 people) with startup culture but big company salary and benefits. We offer a flexible work environment, catered meals and the latest tech. Most importantly you'll get the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the pace of life science discoveries.
We do random stuff. We're conveniently located next to Luckies and the seaport so happy hour is never too far away. We've been on team outings ranging from paintball to a spice-off at Hell Night at East Coast Grill.
Oh, our latest office toy? Quad-copter!
Copyright Clearance Inc. (CCC), a not-for-profit organization and leading source oflicensing solutions, has acquired MA-based Pubget, a solutions providerfocused on expediting the acquisition and analysis of content.
Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) is a globalrights brokerfor millions of the world’s most sought after materials,including in- andout-of-print books, journals, newspapers, magazines, images,blogs and eBooks. Founded in 1978 as a not-for-profit organization, today CCC promotes the seamless sharing of knowledge by creating innovative licensing solutions that let academic institutions, businesses, and individuals quickly get permission to use copyright-protected materials while compensating authors, publishers, and other content creators for the use of their works. For more information, visit www.copyright.com.