Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences is the oldest continuously published scientific serial in the United States and among the most cited of multidisciplinary scientific serials worldwide. Established in 1823 and first published in 1824, Ann NY Acad Sci is today the premier publication of the Academy, offering commissioned review, perspective, and commentary articles in several topical areas, in addition to original research articles in select areas of biological sciences. Ann NY Acad Sci provides multidisciplinary perspectives on research of current interest in the scientific community and society at large. Although primarily focused in biomedicine and biology, the scope of Ann NY Acad Sci extends into diverse fields such as psychology, anthropology, and philosophy. Edited in consultation with experts in their fields, Ann NY Acad Sci provide a neutral forum for discourse within and across many institutions and disciplines.
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- Full text of Ann NY Acad Sci is published online and in print by Wiley. Ann NY Acad Sci is also accessible from subscribing institutions, and to others on a pay-per-view basis; tables of contents and abstracts are available to anyone.
- Volume 1 of Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History in the City of New York, first published in 1824, through all volumes of Ann NY Acad Sci, first published under the new name in 1879, are currently available online for Academy members and for over 11,000 institutions worldwide that have purchased subscription access.
- Ann NY Acad Sci is abstracted and/or indexed in all of the major abstracting and indexing services, including PubMed and Web of Science.
- ISI Journal Citation Reports ranks Ann NY Acad Sci among the top 10 most highly cited journals in the multidisciplinary category.
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Douglas Braaten, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Publications and Editor-in-Chief, Ann NY Acad Sci
Steven E. Bohall
Senior Editorial Manager