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Springer Archives

SpringerArchives presents to modern researchers the iconic scientific works of past centuries. Currently, archives cover more than 2 million journal articles, and taking into account Springer Book Archives, another 100,000 previously inaccessible books are added. Together with existing online libraries, Springer Archives provide a direct link between the great works and discoveries of the past and the advanced scientific research of the present.

Springer opens another door to the world of past research

Focusing on the scientific community, Springer achieved significant results: results: Springer Book Archives is a collection of more than 100,000 books dating back to the 1840s. We are pleased to offer you the world's largest collection of scientific, technical and medical books

2 million magazine articles and about 100,000 e-books available anywhere and anytime on SpringerLink

Springer Book Archives

Scientific research of the past broadens fundamental knowledge and supports the modern work of Springer Book Archives, providing constant access to scientific works published in books since the 1840s. Archives cover publications, publications, reference books, book series, monographs and textbooks. Thanks to integration with SpringerLink, researchers have quick access to books under the greatest minds of science, many editions of which were previously not available in electronic format. The collection includes books by prominent authors such as Rudolph Diesel, Maria Skłodowska Curie, Paul Erlich and others.

Springer Book Archives – around 100 000 e-books in the collections of the following subjects:

  • Behaviorism
  • Biology and medicine
  • Business and economics
  • Chemistry and materials science
  • Computer science (includes professional and applied computer science)
  • Earth and ecology
  • Engineering
  • Humanities, social sciences and law
  • Mathematics and statistics
  • The medicine
  • Physics and astronomy

Springer Book Series Archives

Springer Book Series Archives are the cornerstone of our archives program. These 16 book series became available online along with magazine archives in 2004 and proved to be very popular. Following the introduction of Springer Book Archives, these publications became part of the larger Springer Book Archives integrated on SpringerLink with magazines, protocols, and more. Series such as "Summaries,” "Achievements ...” and "Problems ...” are now available in full, and among the 7,500 publications there are many publications of award winners. The Book Series Archive is available to order separately or as part of Springer Book Archives and has the same thoughtful, DRM-free features as all SpringerLink electronic materials.

Springer Journal Archives

Scientific knowledge of the past drives future innovations Thanks to SpringerLink, researchers have constant access to innovative articles by influential scholars, including many Nobel Prize winners. Springer Journal Archives covers more than 2 million entries of hundreds of journals submitted in full. Articles are fully searchable, and sophisticated metadata, including excerpts, are presented in XML format. Using the archive link provided on the current publication’s home page and integrated cross-search, users can easily find what they need.

Springer Journal Archives offers more than 1 000 publications in the following 11 separate subject disciplines:

  • Behaviorism
  • Biology and medicine
  • Business and economics
  • Chemistry and materials science
  • Computer science
  • Earth and ecology
  • Humanities, social sciences and law
  • Maths
  • The medicine
  • Physics and astronomy
  • Engineering

Link the past, present and future

Researchers have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the works of the greatest scientific minds from the 19th to the 21st centuries, including many Nobel Prize winners. They can trace and study the path of scientific discoveries and the work that they have influenced, and then use this knowledge to advance in their own research

NPG archives

Together, the Nature and Scientific American archives provide you and your users with more than 530,000 articles that highlight remarkable inventions, historic events and advancements in science, technology and medicine.