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APS showcases 46 historic breakthrough research articles

ns Committee was assembled to select these landmark articles. Once chosen, APS commissioned eminent scientists with specialized experience in the field to write essays about a given classic paper or group of papers. Original authors of the classic papers, where possible, were invited to provide additional commentary about the work and times.

The aim of sharing these classic articles and essays is to stimulate and inspire physiologists of all ages to appreciate the beauty and the greatness of science published in APS research journals in the last century. Additionally, APS recognizes the need to make all of its archived literature accessible, to both serve as a testament to the dedicated scientists involved in physiological research and to provide a deeper understanding of the cultural heritage of modern day science.

The Classic articles, introductory essays, and complete first editions of each journal are freely available on the APS Journals web site (http://www.the-aps.org/publications/classics/).


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Contact: Stacy Brooks
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301-634-7253
American Physiological Society
26-Aug-2004


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