The Royal Society publishes 9 high quality, peer reviewed journals covering the full breadth of the biological, physical and cross-disciplinary science. The Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions, launched in 1665, was the world’s first scientific journal. It established the fundamental principles of scientific priority and peer review, used throughout scientific publishing. ever since.
Max Planck researchers have free access to historical journal archives. In addition, the Max Planck Society covers article-processing charges for Max Planck authors publishing in selected journals centrally. Further details are available on the MPDL website.
Royal Society electronic Journals
|Title (Alternative):||Royal Society eJournals|
|Provider:||The Royal Society|
|Keyword:||Life sciences, Molecular biology, Cell biology|
|Resource Type:||Journal Collection|
|Scope:||Max Planck Society|