In 1913 Arnold Berliner, the founder of Naturwissenschaften, formulated the following goal for the journal:
it should inform all those working in scientific fields (either as researchers or teachers) about what interests them outside their own fields.'
Authors such as Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Max von der Laue, Karl von Frisch, Konrad Lorenz, Manfred Eigen, etc. have, in the past, worked to bring this about.
In the future, too, top researchers worldwide will continue to report on the status of their subject areas in 'Review articles', in 'Short original articles' they will introduce new results, and in Book reviews they will give critical evaluations of important new literature. 'NAWI aktuell', a regular section in the journal, provides the reader with the latest information on university and educational policy. [Source: Aims & Scope]
Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1913)--present
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