Journal access for NASW members

We are pleased to announce that NASW members are eligible to receive free access to the journals of the American Physical Society.

This resource allows users to access to the full-text articles in the APS journals, which include the Society’s flagship publication Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A (atomic, molecular, and optical physics), B (condensed matter and material), C (nuclear), D (particles, fields, gravitation, and cosmology), and E (statistical, nonlinear, biological and soft matter) as well as Reviews of Modern Physics. Access also includes the journals' archives, which date back to 1893, and contain many of the most significant papers in the history of modern physics. Access will also come with a journal account that allows users to set up a "saved search" and receive e-mail alerts about new papers on a topic or topics of interest.

**To setup access:

Step 1) NASW members should first create a free account at journals.aps.org/signup

Step 2) Send an email to mrini@aps.org**

Please include the following:

  • Subject Line: NASW member APS Access
  • Your full name
  • Your email address (please type in body of message) with which you registered for the APS account.

and

  • the following statement "By sending this email and requesting access, I certify that I am current member of the National Association of Science Writers."

Let Matteo know if you would like to be added to APS' press list (tip sheet, etc.) See the info here: journals.aps.org/press

Thank you to APS for this offer to members!

Jan. 29, 2013

Comments

I'm delighted that APS is offering NASW members access to APS journals and its archives. I'll now send an e mail to the NASW director to confirm my request.

Thanks to APS for this valuable benefit, and to those in NASW who were involved in making it happen. This is fantastic.

Tim

Drexel Science and Health Communication Concentration