The University of Chicago Press publishes nearly fifty scholarly journals, many on behalf of some of the world's most prestigious societies, and several that were the first scholarly publications in their respective fields. The journals present original research in the social sciences, humanities, education, and biological and physical sciences.
The Electronic Law Journals (ELJ) project was established by the CTI Law Technology Centre at the University of Warwick, in 1995 to promote the development of an electronic legal culture in academic journal reading, writing and publishing.
UpToDate is an evidence-based, physician-authored clinical decision support resource which clinicians trust to make the right point-of-care decisions. It is used by physicians at major academic medical centers worldwide for complete and current medical information to answer their clinical questions.
Gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is developing rapidly: Modern endoscopic imaging offers a plethora of detailed visual information and endoscopic procedures are becoming increasingly sophisticated and complex. Therefore endoscopists need a new appropriate tool for visual transmission of proceedings in endoscopy. The innovative Video Journal and Encyclopedia of GI Endoscopy takes these developments into account and aims to be the premium and first choice international reference for endoscopic findings and procedures. The focus on high-quality video demonstrations of endoscopic findings and procedures offers a completely new way of presenting the work of GI experts and allows for easy comprehension of information.
Digital Library and Archives provides access to scholarly electronic journals that are peer-reviewed, full text and accessible without cost. Journal range from topics in Education, Engineering, Literature to Technology, Philosophy and Libraries Science.
Water Resources and Industry aims to bridge the existing gap existing in the field of the role industry plays in the exploitation, management and treatment of water resources.
Different kinds of industries consume radically different quantities of water resources in their processing, while they produce, dispose and treat a wide variety of wastewater. Depending on the geographical location of the facilities, the impact on the local resources will vary, pre-empting the applicability of one single approach.
Weather and Climate Extremes provides academics, decision makers, international development agencies, nongovernmental organizations and civil society with publications on different aspects of research in weather and climate extremes, monitoring and early warning systems, assessment of vulnerability and impacts, developing and implementing intervention policies, effective risk management and adaptation practices to address local and regional needs and circumstances, engagement of local communities in the adoption of these practices to cope with extremes, and information and communication strategies.