Urban & Fischer Journal Archives
Rooted in the past, supporting the future
The Elsevier Urban & Fischer Journal Archives, comprising three backfile collections in the life and health sciences, are now available on SciVerse ScienceDirect.
Published under the renowned Urban and Fischer imprint, journals in the collection were originally launched as German-language publications with contributions from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Czechoslovakia, Poland, the former Soviet Union and more.
Digitized and available for the first time in electronic format, content from these peer-reviewed, Impact Factor-ranked titles extends from the first volumes published in English (1960s-1970s) to 2000, thus linking seamlessly with Urban & Fischer journals currently on SciVerse ScienceDirect beginning with 2001 volumes.
Foundational discoveries by German scientists have made significant contributions to today’s global research landscape and have resulted in advancements like the development of aspirin and the tetanus vaccine and immunization against diphtheria. The Archives support research, teaching and discovery of prior art. They enable researchers to explore the historical precedents that influence today’s and tomorrow’s research.
Benefits for your library:
- One-off purchase with no annual fees and perpetual access rights for as long as you remain a ScienceDirect subscriber
- Major savings on storage and administration costs associated with maintaining paper archives
- Less expensive per article than if you scanned each individually and substantially cheaper than document delivery
Contact us for more information and to discuss purchase options.
Check the infosite for the up-to-date title lists:
|Elsevier Urban & Fischer Archive: Immunology & Microbiology|
|Elsevier Urban & Fischer Archive: Medicine|
|Elsevier Urban & Fischer Archive: Biochemistry|
Please note that there is overlap between the subject collections. In order to purchase Elsevier Urban & Fischer Archives, an existing SciVerse ScienceDirect License is required.
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