APS Journal Access for Developing Countries

APS strives to provide access to its journals to scientists in developing countries.

ICTP's electronic Journals Delivery Service (eJDS)

The electronic Journals Delivery Service (eJDS) is a tool that allows scientists at institutions in least developed or low-income countries to access current scientific literature, mainly in the fields of physics and mathematics. The service requires registration and is cost-free. The articles are sent as email attachments so as to reach individual scientists who do not have access to sufficient bandwidth to download material from the Internet in a timely manner and/or cannot afford the connection. APS journal articles are available through eJDS, which is administered by the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP). It is run by the Marie Curie Library, with the participation of leading scientific publishing societies and companies.
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Free On-line Access

APS offers free, online access to its journals for institutions located in some Sub-Saharan Africa countries as well as Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Cuba.  Not-for-profit institutions located in eligible countries can register to gain access. This offer is made available through the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications’ (INASP) program Strengthening Research and Knowledge Systems (SRKS).
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