Wiley InterScience Launches The Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biophysics Backfile Collection

50 years of leading research now available from the convenience of the desktop


Global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., announced the launch of its latest collection of digitized journal backfiles ? The biotechnology, biochemistry and Biophysics Backfile Collection on its dynamic online publishing platform, Wiley InterScience.

Spanning more than fifty years of content across fifteen leading journal titles, the collection provides a backfile resource for core research across the biotechnology, biochemistry, biophysics and chemical engineering disciplines, and includes full coverage, back to inaugural issues, of seminal titles, including Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Proteins, Biopolymers, the AIChE Journal, Chemie Ingenieur Technik and Chemical Engineering & Technology.

With a quarter of a million digitized pages, the Backfile Collection contains more than 40,000 research articles and provides a unique historical perspective to this progressive field of study.

Presented in fully searchable PDF format, with abstracts, essential bibliographic content, and literature citations all available in HTML, the backfile collection provides enhanced searchablity and linking capabilities. Reference links include internal linking to cited content located on Wiley InterScience and to the content of more than 290 scientific, technical and medical publishers via CrossRef.

The Wiley InterScience Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biophysics Backfile Collection is the latest addition to a growing collection of journal backfile content, created to ensure ongoing access to fundamental research material in the research communities' format of choice.

An ongoing initiative, Wiley InterScience will release four additional Backfile Collections over the course of 2004: the Chemistry Backfile Collection, Analytical Chemistry Backfile Collection, Neuroscience Backfile Collection and the Materials Science Backfile Collection. Together with the Polymer Backfile Collection and the Angewandte Chemie Backfile, Wiley has already made available more than one million pages of digitized legacy scientific content.

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