Answered By: Patricia Pereira-Pujol
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2014     Views: 42

We canceled our subscription to PNAS last year due to a large price increase which made it prohibitive to continue. However, we continue to have online access to the journal except for the most current 6 months.

To access PNAS articles older than six months, go to the library's website. Under Quick Links, click on CitationLinker on the left-hand side. Type Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the "Journal:" box and click on Look Up. You will see various links to the journal.

Current articles can be obtained through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and will be delivered directly through your e-mail account. Turnaround time for articles requested through ILL is typically 24-48 hours. So far, there has been very low demand for current articles.

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