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Publications

The Linnean Society's active publishing programme encompasses learned scientific journals - available in print and searchable online formats - the biannual newsletter The Linnean and the quarterly Pulse. The Society's role as a catalyst for stimulating scientific discussion and debate in the life sciences is reflected in all our publications.

The Biological Journal was first published in 1858 and is one of the longest established biological journals in the world. It evolved from the Society's journal Proceedings, covering early papers by Darwin and Wallace, as well as today being an essential contemporary publication for all those currently working in the field. For further details on all our titles see the links below.