Duke University Press has extended its complimentary access to a selection of mathematics e-resources and collections in response to the Covid-19 global pandemic.
E-resources included as part of this offer are the Euclid Prime Collection, all issues of the Duke Mathematical Journal dating back to 1935, and MSP on Euclid. These resources will be temporarily available to Newcastle University students and staff until 23rd June 2020.
Euclid Prime is a growing collection of high-impact, peer-reviewed titles in theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics hosted by Project Euclid.
Published since its inception in 1935 by Duke University Press, the Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world’s leading mathematical journals.
Mathematical Science Publishers (MSP), Project Euclid, and Duke University Press have partnered to offer MSP on Euclid, a collection of the same eleven journals published as a bundle by MSP but now enhanced by the functionality of the Project Euclid platform.
If you are a mathematician, statistician, physicist, engineer, or otherwise, log in to Library Search and explore these valuable e-resources while you have chance.