Journal & Proceedings of the Royal Society of NSW
The Society's journal is one of the oldest peer-reviewed publications in the Southern Hemisphere. Much innovative research of the 19th and early 20th centuries (e.g. Lawrence Hargrave's work on flight) was first brought to the attention of the scientific world through the Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales. In the last few decades specialist journals have become preferred for highly technical work but the Journal and Proceedings remains an important publication for multi-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary work. At the right is a link to the contents of Journal issues from 1856 onwards.
The Journal and Proceedings are exchanged with many institutions worldwide. Currently issues are published around June and December each year, although only a single December issue will appear in 2016.
The Society welcomes authors to publish their research or reviews in the Journal and Proceedings. Abstracts of doctoral theses are also considered by the editorial board and are welcome.