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Annual Reviews was founded by scientists in 1932 to address their constant challenge—finding time to read the most important research in their discipline. Today, researchers face the same challenge and must not only keep up with their own fields but also track developments in adjoining subjects to discover significant research and find opportunities for collaboration.
Annual Reviews has been dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and for the benefit of society for 85 years. The journal collections support academics and students at all levels and increase the discovery and understanding of vital research contributions.
Each year Annual Review's expert editorial committees meet to discuss and select topics to address—current trends, major advancements, and continuing research challenges across the scientific ecosystem. Annual Reviews articles are often described as required reading for the research community, and provide introductions to the current, past, and future leaders of many disciplines.