NOBEL PRIZES AND LAUREATES
Explore centuries of academic excellence across 32 key subject disciplines today.
How can we make a better future?
Alfred Nobel had a vision of a better world. He believed that people are capable of helping to improve society through knowledge, science and humanism. This is why he created a prize that would reward the discoveries that have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind. It goes without saying the Nobel Prize is one of the highest achievements one can receive in their career. Taylor & Francis proudly honor all Laureates for their significant areas of contribution. We are pleased to celebrate the accomplishments of the winners by providing free access to archived articles co-authored by the prestigious Laureates below until 31 December 2022.
Taylor & Francis Custom Archive Collections
Complement current content in libraries and allow researchers to explore centuries of foundational research. Since no one school is the same, we are offering the option to mix and match a varied number of journals for a perfectly tailored collection that will support your students in their new ground-breaking discoveries.
“In science, knowledge and understanding no longer appear quickly. Time, patience, trial and error are all essential ingredients in any screening process.”
– Satoshi Omura, Nobel Prize laureate in medicine, 2015
Research with a lasting impact
It is important that we protect facts and formative research, now more than ever!
Research from our classic archives has been cited over 1,300,000 times in the past 5 years and has influenced over 11,000 government documents.
There are also more than 450 articles from Nobel Prize-winning authors featured in the classic archives.