a. Nature

CDL is now providing access to Nature, the Nature Research journals, and the Nature Reviews journals for all UC users.  For over 130 years Nature has been one of the pre-eminent scientific journals; the CDL is especially pleased that we have finally reached closure on this license.  The decision to license Nature was a long one, involving negotiation regarding such issues as price, coverage, and perpetual access.  In the end, due to intense interest on the part of the campuses, the CDL agreed to a license without perpetual access.  We will continue to work on ways to provide the necessary continuity for these important titles.

Included in the package are:
Nature
Nature Biotechnology
Nature Cell Biology
Nature Genetics
Nature Immunology
Nature Medicine
Nature Neuroscience
Nature Structural Biology
Nature Reviews. Genetics
Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology
Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
Nature Reviews. Cancer
Nature Reviews. Immunology

For more information please see: http://www.nature.com/nature/.

b. Additional Content from MIT Press

The CDL has negotiated full text access for all UC Libraries to the MIT Press online journals that are not included in either CogNet or Project Muse.  Titles included in this package are:
American Journal of Bioethics
Evolutionary Computation
Global Environmental Policy
Grey Room
International Organization
Journal of Architectural Education
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
Journal of Industrial Ecology
Leonardo Electronic Almanac
Markup Languages
NBER Frontiers in Health Policy Research
NBER Innovation Policy and the Economy
NBER Macroeconomics Annual
NBER Tax policy and the Economy
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments
Quarterly Journal of Economics
Reflections: the SoL Journal on Knowledge, learning, and Change
Review of Economics and Statistics
Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and econometrics

Full text access for both these newly licensed journals and the CogNet journals is available through CatchWord. At http://www.catchword.com, click on Online journals, then browse “Subscriptions” by “Publisher.”