The critical missing link to the Researcher Tool Kit

Researchers today are faced with an ever increasing number of academic publications to read. It’s an almost impossible task to keep up to date with all of the high-quality research being published each week, but crucial to stay ahead of the curve to keep their own research relevant. Elsevier’s series and handbooks seek to fulfill this need by publishing in-depth review papers on hot topics in key areas of research.

“More state-of-the-art than a book, and more comprehensive than a journal."

Challenges book series solve

Elsevier’s book series offer a unique and important service to researchers by consolidating the latest advances in their field. They provide in-depth reviews on hot topics and important research areas as well as the latest research into methods and protocols.Edited by top experts chosen for their stature, series present a comprehensive snapshot of the current state of research and build upon it over time.

Offering authoritative reviews and methods, book series help researchers keep their work on track and relevant. Series also add vital historical context and a fresh perspective on research trends. Frequently consulted, they play a key role in defining the direction (or often redirection) of research.

Learn how series can solve the challenges that researchers and students face in the whitepaper. The Timesaver Researchers Have Been Looking For: Elsevier Series.

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“A valuable tool when you are working within a new research area. The series covers all the background to an area of research and provides the information needed for someone to start on their own investigations.”

David Witty, GSK, Harlow, UK, Progress in Medicinal Chemistry

“This book series brings together the development and findings of the wide range of new approaches and ideas in a single point of reference in a regular and timely manner.”

David Barling, University of Hertfordshire, UK, Advances in Food Security and Sustainability

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Caitlin Beddows

Caitlin Beddows | Channel Marketing Manager, ScienceDirect Books
Channel Marketing Manager for Reference Modules, Major Reference Works, Handbooks and Serials at Elsevier, where we curate and disseminate science content from the world, for the world.