JoVE opens European office in London (UK)
JoVE opens Australia/Asia office in Melbourne (Australia)
New Science Education (SE) "Model Organisms II" collection introduced
Number of JoVE video articles published reached 3,000
Content Acquisition unit established
New Science Education (SE) "Essentials of Neuoscience" collection released
JoVE Innovation Lab established
Completion of new SE collection "Essentials of Behavioral Science"
Closed year with 37% growth in worldwide sales, 800 client institutions
Environment section launches
JoVE publishes its 2500th video article.
Behavior section launches.
Over 500 institutions subscribe to JoVE.
JoVE launches Science Education database.
Chemistry section launches.
2000th video article is published.
400 institutions subscribed.
JoVE launches first non-biology based content, Applied Physics.
JoVE redesigns website.
JoVE turns five years old.
Thomas Jefferson High School becomes the first high school to subscribe to JoVE.
JoVE begins offering free subscriptions through the HINARI initiative to developing countries in South America, Asia and Africa.
JoVE offers Google translations of scientific protocols into 15 languages.
1000th video article is published.
Rate of publication reaches 50 video articles per month.
JoVE publishes its 500th video article from laboratory of Dr. Eric Lander (MIT).
National Institute of Health subscribes.
Harvard and MIT subscribe to JoVE.
JoVE adopts subscription model. UC Davis becomes JoVE's first institutional subscriber.
JoVE becomes indexed in Pubmed and Medline.
JoVE centralizes its video production.
JoVE publishes its 100th video article.
International videographer network established.
JoVE incorporates and first investment is obtained.
JoVE's first issue is published.
JoVE is founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts. First 6 video articles are published.