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Do you love science?


The GRCC Library provides students and faculty FREE online access to one of the longest surviving science journals, Nature.  Prior to its inception, in the mid-19th century, scientists, astrologists, zoologists, and the like were often members of a Royal Society.  Through these membership societies, there was continuous communication amongst scholars within the same domains, although published information was only available for members.  Nature was created in an attempt to combine all science related research and communication into a single, collaborative platform.

Today, Nature continues to provide readers access to current jobs, research, trends, and issues present in various scientific fields.  The overarching classifications covered within the publication are life sciences, earth sciences, physical sciences, clinical practice, and chemistry. Further, the journal often links science to social issues being experienced around the world, educating users on how science is intertwined within our society.

If your studies or personal interests have you seeking a quality, easily accessible resource pertaining to any of these domains you’ll definitely want to check Nature out!

To view current and past issues of this publication, CLICK HERE!

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Nature redesigned and with expanded content

Nature unveils redesign, expanded content in print and online. Nature, the international science publication, reveals a new look, clearer structure and navigation, and expanded content in the September 23 issue. Nature has been redesigned and enhanced in print and online to ensure that it remains a must-read for busy scientists.

…Quick snapshot of some of the changes online

Redesigned Nature journal homepage providing users with:
– new navigation bars at the top and to the right to allow for easier navigation of Nature’s content online
– a news carousel making it easy to browse the latest daily news, features and opinion pieces – updated as and when news goes live
– Research articles highlighted showing the latest 16 published articles as they appear online

• a News & Comment page, which replaces Nature News and includes news, news features, the news blog, editorials and opinion

• a new research article landing page allowing readers to browse Nature articles by subject or article type

To find out more visit www.nature.com/rediscover

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