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ReadCube, Papers, & Anywhere Access

I'm looking for the flagship Nature journal

If you're looking for the flagship Nature publication, we have a full subscription -- you don't need to purchase any articles on demand. Get started reading and downloading Nature articles now!

I'm looking for the newest articles from other journals in the Nature family.

For budgetary reasons, we can't afford to subscribe to the most recent articles from all Nature-family journals. We have full access to articles older than one year for most Nature family journals -- just search the article title or the journal title in the big red Compass search box on the library homepage.

This link will allow you to use our purchase-on-demand program, ReadCube Access, for the newest articles:

ReadCube Access is a purchase-on demand program for the newest Nature-family articles where the library pays for the purchase! You can read the article online, but not print or save the PDF outside of ReadCube. If you definitely want the PDF, try InterLibrary Loan.

►If you're using the ReadCube browser extension, just click the "Get PDF" button as per usual -- it will automatically use the purchase the article (via the library's account) and add it to your Papers library!

►What if I don't have the ReadCube browser extension installed?

Look below the article abstract to find the ReadCube Access button. You'll have to create an account to purchase articles on demand.

I need to be able to print and save new articles from a Nature-family journal

If you're willing to wait a bit to read the article, you can request the article through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service -- most electronic articles requested through ILL arrive within 24-48 hours! You'll get an email when your article arrives that will link you to your ILL account, where you can download a PDF of the article that can be printed or saved to whatever file system/reference manager you prefer.

To save time when making ILL requests, you can start by looking up the article in our Find by CItation / Citation Linker tool.