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Access for developing countries

From reading research to discussing the latest breakthroughs, fostering a greater connection between science, medicine and technology with society can help identify and solve society's challenges.

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As a founding partner, Elsevier contributes(opens in new tab/window) over a quarter of the nearly 85,000 peer reviewed resources in Research4Life(opens in new tab/window), encompassing ScienceDirect(opens in new tab/window) and Scopus(opens in new tab/window), including over 3,000 Elsevier journals and 20,000 e-books.

Find out more about our this project and others on our Partnership(opens in new tab/window) page.

Library of Alexandria

We provide individual researchers working in fields such as tropical medicine and sustainable development in the least-developed and low-income countries with access to both ScienceDirect(opens in new tab/window) and Scopus(opens in new tab/window).

Open content

Elsevier publishes open-access articles which are free for readers to access. We also make articles openly available through our open archives and open manuscripts via the CHORUS(opens in new tab/window) service.


This digital library provides thousands of full-text PDF articles to agricultural researchers working in developing countries and in places where there is no internet access.