Current Contents Connect​

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Current Contents Connect™ is a current awareness database that helps busy researchers keep up to date by providing easy online access to complete tables of contents, abstracts, and bibliographic information, from the most recently published issues of leading scholarly journals.

The over 10 thousand journals indexed for Current Contents Connect have met our high standards for quality and impact, so when you search Current Contents Connect you know you are finding the latest research from the most trustworthy sources.

  1. Browse Table of Contents back to 1998 for over 10k journals
  2. Table of Contents Alerting -- get alerts when new editions of your favorite journals are published
  3. Save searches and set alerts on topics, institutions, subject categories and more
  4. Supports links to full text across Open Access and your subscriptions
Current Contents Connect offers:

Current Contents Connect offers:

  1. Comprehensive and Relevant Coverage
    Every journal included in Current Contents Connect has met the high standards of an objective evaluation process that eliminates clutter and excess and delivers research that is accurate, meaningful and timely.
  2. Insightful Analysis
    Find trends and patterns, gain insight into emerging fields of research, and identify leading researchers, institutions, and journals with the Analyze Tool.
  3. Easy Author Identification
    All authors are indexed and integration with Publons™ will help you distinguish between authors with the same name and group an author’s output when the name is recorded in several different ways.
  4. Cover-to-cover, expert indexing
    Access all the information available in journals, not just articles.
  5. Current Contents Connect
    Current Contents Connect is just one of the full collections of content and tools available on Web of Science™ that will help you explore the literature, analyze trends, measure impact, and get the full research picture.

Bringing historical data into a modern format

In 1864, a group of scientists affiliated with the Zoological Society of London and the British Museum founded Zoological Record as a way to communicate amongst themselves. As others in the scientific community started to use this resource, its content was expanded and the Zoological Society of London assumed complete responsibility for its publication as of 1886.

In 1980, the Zoological Society and BioSciences Information Service of Biological Abstracts™ (BIOSIS™) joined forces to produce and publish Zoological Record, and today, BIOSIS (part of the Web of Science) is the sole publisher.

Over the years, Zoological Record has expanded and adapted to the needs of its users, and today is recognized as the leading and most comprehensive source for biodiversity, systematics, and zoological information.

As the oldest continuing bibliographic database in life sciences, Zoological Record offers a unique value: access to over 150 years of original descriptions of new animal species, as well as all subsequent nomenclature changes. Zoological Record covers the entire animal kingdom, including living and fossil species, making it the primary animal names repository. The full Zoological Record collection, both archival and current, provides all this valuable information in one place, digitized and re-indexed with modern terms and thoroughly searchable and linkable.

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