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Royal Society Publishing

The Royal Society is the world's oldest scientific academy in continuous existence, and has been at the forefront of inquiry and discovery since its foundation in 1660.

The Royal Society

Trailblazing

Trailblazing showcases sixty fascinating and inspiring articles selected from an archive of more than 60,000 published by the Royal Society between 1665 and 2010.

Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Journal of the Royal Society Interface publishes contributions from the interface between the physical and life sciences.

Interface - current issue

Interface - 2004 to present

Proceedings of the Royal Society

Proceedings of the Royal Society publishes the latest research in all aspects of the physical sciences.

Proceedings of the Royal Society: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences (current issue)

Proceedings of the Royal Society: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences (1905 - present)

Proceedings of the Royal Society (January 1800 - January 1904)

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society publishes topical theme issues, reviews and the Society's internationally acclaimed Discussion Meetings.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences - current issue

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences - January 1887 - present

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences - January 1665 to 1886

Notes and Records

Notes and Records is an international journal which publishes original research in the history of science, technology and medicine up to and including the 21st century.

Notes & Records of the Royal Society

Notes & Records of the Royal Society - current issue

Notes & Records of the Royal Society - Archive of all online issues

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