Tarius Interactive announced the launch of the next generation of the Tarius Interactive search engine. The new features in the next generation will enable database users to search for phrases, synonyms and keywords in an even more user-friendly way than before. Pharmaceutical legislation and guidelines are full of frequently used phrases, like “Investigational new drug application”, “Good laboratory practice”, “Adverse reaction”, etc. Tarius will support searches for exact matches of these phrases. When searching for acronyms, users will also want to access documents that use the full expression instead of the acronym. British and American English have a lot of common words spelled differently. For example `aluminum’ vs `aluminium’. Searching with the American spelling will normally result in missing hits among European documents and vice versa. Tarius will now support the automatic combination of US and British spelling in one search. Major differences between British and American English lie in the choice of vocabulary. For example `antenatal’ vs. `prenatal’ and `attorney’ vs. `lawyer’. This is relevant not only in daily language but also for searching among the pharmaceutical documents. Tarius will automatically support the inclusion of British as well as American words in one search.