Special Journal Subscriptions

Cell Press

Since 1974, Cell Press has been committed to combining the highest-quality science with innovations in technology and publishing practices. Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, professors and life science researchers globally turn to Cell Press biomedical journals each month to stay abreast of the most salient scientific discoveries.

Cell Press publishes 29 journals spanning the life sciences, including the Trends review series and Cell Press primary research journals. Cell has one of the highest impact factors in life sciences and is considered the leading research journal covering cell biology, biochemistry and molecular biology. Cell Press publishes two open access journals and provides free access to its research journals 12 months after publication. The Trends review series are included in the subject collections packages and available title-by-title, while the Cell Press primary research journals can be subscribed to on a title-by-title basis.

The Cell Press advantage:

  • Most-read content: every second, someone downloads a Cell Press article somewhere in the world. With over 10 million downloads in 2012, Cell is the most downloaded journal on ScienceDirect.
  • Most-cited content: Cell is one of the Elsevier titles with the highest Impact Factor—its IF is 32.401, and its SJR is 19.78, among the highest in the biochemistry field. The other Cell Press journals follow suit: Cancer Cell, Cell Stem Cell and Immunity have IFs ranging between 24 and 26.9.
  • Most relevant content: All universities ranked by Times Higher Education or QS World University in the top 50 in life sciences subscribe to Cell Press journals. On average, almost 70% of Cell Press downloads over a 2-year period occur during the first year, when the content is available via subscription-only.
  • Authors from all over the world and Nobel Prize winners publish with Cell Press: Nobel laureates in medicine or physiology authored 376 articles published in Cell Press journals between 1996 and 2011, which represents 7.7% of published articles.

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Clinics Review Articles

The Clinics Review Articles are medical periodicals that provide comprehensive clinical reviews of timely subjects, including diagnosis and therapy, new materials and new equipment. Each Clinic contains reviews from leading experts (usually 10–14 per issue) on a single topic in a specialty or sub-specialty.

The 59 Clinics titles cover 13 speciality areas including surgery, medicine, veterinary medicine, nursing and dentistry.  ScienceDirect offers subscription packages and titles.

These titles are available through Pay-Per-View and transactional access.

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Elsevier Doyma Spanish Medical Collection

The Elsevier Doyma Spanish Medical Collection represents high-quality journals in Spanish, with content dating back to 1995. Titles include both clinical research journals (with original articles, reviews and case reports) and CME journals. Most are the official publications of Spain's principal medical societies, or endorsed by highly respected societies.

English-language abstracts are provided for all research journals and some CME journals.

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Elsevier Italian and Spanish Language EMC Collection

Published under the prestigious EMC imprint, the Elsevier Spanish Language EMC Collection (15 titles) and the Elsevier Italian Language EMC Collection (14 titles) provide world-class coverage of a range of clinical and surgical specialties.

The collections consist of both reference and review articles, and are both a practical source of basic knowledge and an excellent teaching resource. In addition, they are an effective way to keep up-to-date with treatments and rare cases. The packages appeal both to practitioners concerned with quick-fire diagnostic and therapeutic problem solving, and researchers exploring the theoretical basis of new techniques or unusual pathologies.

Subscriptions are an excellent way for libraries based in Spain, Latin America or Italy to meet the needs of their users without ignoring the wider international context of research.

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Elsevier Masson French Language Titles

Elsevier Masson's French-language medical journals—with titles including Journal de Radiologie, Gastro√©nt√©rologie and Revue Neurologique—have strong affiliations with some of the most revered French societies, including those for radiology, ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery. They offer wide specialist coverage, from anesthesiology to pharmacology, and include English language abstracts and articles.

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New Scientist

New Scientist is the leading scientific current affairs magazine, covering news, ideas and innovations from across the globe. Launched in 1956, the magazine publishes:

  • Comprehensive reviews of key advances
  • Feature-length articles exploring key scientific issues and breakthroughs
  • Articles exploring how changing trends in technology influence the way we live and work
  • Leading and up-and-coming scientists, together with world-renowned personalities, giving their views on the biggest issues in science
  • The massively popular The Last Word, where readers' random and often bizarre questions on everyday scientific phenomena are answered

ScienceDirect subscriptions to New Scientist include content dating back to 2006.

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Seminars

The eight Seminars titles share a distinct brand identity: These highly cited medical journals provide summaries of current thinking in their respective fields.

  • Seminars in Arthroplasty (2003) targets orthopedic surgeons. Each issue offers a comprehensive, current overview of an important topic in arthroplasty.
  • Seminars in Breast Disease (2003) offers a unique multidisciplinary approach in the areas of pathologic, radiologic and treatment management issues facing both scientists and clinicians.
  • Seminars in Colon & Rectal Surgery (2003) offers a comprehensive and coordinated review of a single, timely topic related to the diagnosis and treatment of proctologic diseases. The journal targets colorectal surgeons as well as general surgeons.
  • Seminars in Diagnostic Pathology (2003) offers current, authoritative reviews of topics in diagnostic anatomic pathology for pathologists, clinical investigators and physicians in practice.
  • Seminars in Hematology (2002) focuses on topics of current clinical importance in hematology and related fields. This is the leading review journal in hematology and is of interest to hematologists, hematologists/oncologists, internal medicine specialists, blood bankers, and specialists in thrombosis and hemostasis.
  • Seminars in Nephrology (2003) is the leading review journal in nephrology. Each issue is an organized compendium of practical information that serves as a lasting reference for nephrologists, internists and physicians-in-training.
  • Seminars in Oncology (2001) is the leading review journal in oncology. Each issue focuses on a topic of current clinical importance to medical oncologists and hematologists/oncologists. Articles provide current, authoritative and practical reviews of developments in the diagnosis and management of patients with cancer.
  • Seminars in Spine Surgery (2003) includes topics of basic anatomy, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, management options and follow-up of the condition under consideration. The journal also features "Spinescope," summaries of articles from other journals that cover ongoing research related to the treatment of spinal disorders.

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Society Journals Beyond The Freedom Collection

Update your electronic holdings by adding specific journals in subject areas where your users require more depth. ScienceDirect offers a selection of premium titles from learned societies and published by Elsevier on their behalf. You may already subscribe to the Freedom Collection, which continues to represent excellent value in terms of the breadth and value of the publications it offers. But why not take a look at unsubscribed abstract usage at your institution and check whether your users could benefit from access to any of these further premium titles?

Seamless access to more journals empowers researchers, teachers and students to make a more comprehensive review of the literature. Let ScienceDirect support you in your role of empowering users at your institution to discover more of the relevant content they need to drive their research or studies forward-faster and further.

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The Lancet

When Thomas Wakley founded The Lancet in 1823, he announced, "A lancet can be an arched window to let in the light or it can be a sharp surgical instrument to cut out the dross and I intend to use it in both senses." This philosophy persists, and more than 190 years later, The Lancet remains an independent and authoritative voice in global medicine.

The Lancet publishes a weekly journal and six monthly specialty journals in the fields of oncology, neurology, infectious diseases, respiratory medicine, global health, and diabetes and endocrinology. Each Lancet specialty journal seeks to publish high-quality clinical trials that will alter medical practice. Critical appraisal of research and reviews is ensured by strong Comment and Correspondence sections. The Lancet's editorials, with insightful commentary and opinion, provide in-depth context and a clear, independent perspective. The Lancet is committed to international health and ensures that research and analysis from all regions of the world are widely covered. Together with its specialty journals, The Lancet makes a crucial contribution to the medical resources available to physicians and health professionals worldwide.

All Lancet journals are published online and in print, with the exception of The Lancet Global Health, The Lancet Oncology's Review, Commentary and Breaking News sections which are published exclusively online.

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