To Current Users: We hope you like our new version of Lexscien. There are enhanced search capabilities,
personal preference settings and an easier user interface.
We've added a number of new journals too.
Existing users can continue to
log in to private collections (e.g. the SPR's) as before. You'll get an opportunity to
sign up for access to all the other literature once you've logged in.
We are building an online library of the most important
journals, books and magazines publishing serious research into anomalies and
controversies in science and the humanities.
Lexscien currently contains various journals and magazines,
with more in preparation that will be ready soon
Once you have registered (it's free) you get permanent, unlimited access to the Catalogues and Abstract Anthologies.
You will be able to sign up for a 7-day free trial subscription to the full library, starting on a date you choose.
Registered users can also subscribe to get ongoing access to the full library contents, to read and download literature.
If you are a member of an affiliated organisation, you are entitled to a greatly discounted subscription rate
Lexscien was created by the not-for-profit organisation C-FAR
in order to help research organisations make their publications more easily accessible. C-FAR has developed a special
technique that makes this cost effective, but the resulting library is a bit different to other libraries. Read about how
it works here.