Perpetual Preservation of Scholarly Content
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You can access more than 165,000 articles freely through the journals in our open archives program.
- Journals make archival content free and available to non-subscribers.
- Free access is effective for all published articles older than four years, so the number of freely accessible articles from these journals increase each month.
- Open archive dates back to Volume 1, Issue 1 (or the first issue available) of each of the pure and applied mathematics journals from 4 years after publication, which means back to early 1960s for several titles.
Awards, Medals and Sponsorships
Elsevier has a long-standing tradition of recognizing talented mathematicians and celebrating their achievements through wide-ranging awards and programs. Some for our major 2014 awards include:
Elsevier takes its name from the original House of Elzevier, a Dutch family publishing house founded in 1580. The Elsevier Heritage Collection consists of 2,000 volumes with more than 1,000 distinct titles published by the Elzevier’s from 1580 to 1712.
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- Free access to archived articles of primary mathematics journals
- Our mathematics bookstore
- Statistics and Probability subject page
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