De Gruyter partners with DeepDyve to Make Its Journals More Widely Accessible

DeepDyve and De Gruyter announced today that De Gruyter is making more than 160,000 of its scholarly and professional journal articles available via DeepDyve’s online rental service for scientific research articles.  Through DeepDyve, users will be able to rent the full-text of any article from De Gruyter’s vast collection of humanities and natural sciences journals. De Gruyter is renowned for its extensive collection of high-profile publications, including journals back to 1826 in the studies of philosophy, linguistics, theology, history and classical studies, as well as mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry.  De Gruyter represents the latest prestigious publisher to join the DeepDyve service which now includes over 30M articles spanning thousands of journals.

To read the full press release, please visit:  http://www.deepdyve.com/corp/about/press/20100114a.

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