Monday, July 16, 2007

New Royal Society of Chemistry Journals Archive agreement is available

A new licence is available for the Royal Society of Chemistry Journals Archive. The archive would have cost each UK higher institution up to £25,000. Due to JISC funding, the content is freely available, and institutions have the option of paying £50 to mount the resource locally, or paying an annual access fee for online delivery from the publisher’s web site.*

* Please note that the Fee for a specific year will be waived if an institution subscribes to the NESLi2 RSC Journals Agreement in that specific year.

Staff and students at institutions have more than 150 years of essential research at their fingertips. The Archive contains all articles published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and its forerunner societies from 1841 to 2004. It covers many of the most significant developments in the history of chemistry, including articles that directly rewarded its authors with Nobel prizes.

Further details can be found here.

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