SpringerLink

 Knowledge matters. Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips.

SpringerLink delivers fast, accurate access to the depth and breadth of our online collection of Science, Technology and Medicine (STM) and Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) journals, books, reference works and protocols covering a vast range of disciplines.

Springlink is available to all institutions from those on a single site to a global organization with multiple locations. Tailored licensing options are available to academic institutions, government agencies and corporations with customized offers based on their size.


What is available on SpringerLink today:

Resources

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We have

  • 5 million +

    Articles

  • 3.7 million +

    Chapters

  • 500,000 +

    Reference work entries

  • Publishing the world’s leading scholars
  • Including journals, books, reference works, protocols and databases
  • Regularly updated content and each year approximately adds: 10,000 new eBooks, 3,000 new protocols and over 270,000 journal articles
  • Accessible on the fastest, most versatile research platform we’ve ever developed
  • Look inside the first two pages of a document the library doesn’t own
  • Mobile optimized for optimal browsing on a desktop, tablet or phone
  • Online First access to peer-reviewed articles before they are published in print
  • Open Choice option for authors
    Springer Alerts and RSS feeds
  • Print-on-demand service MyCopy that lets users order a personal soft cover edition of Springer eBook titles for a fraction of the usual print cost

SpringerLink archive

SpringerLink also includes the Springer and Palgrave Macmillan Archive collections of journals and books authored by leading scientists whose work laid the foundations for modern scientific understanding. The Springer Journal Archives includes more than 2 million articles from over 1,000 journals, going back to volume 1, and the Springer Book Archives including the Palgrave Archives span over 120,000 previously hard to find titles dating back to the 1840’s.

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Springer Journal Archives

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