About us

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    About us

    About us


    We help societies spread knowledge, advance your discipline, and expand your community. We believe that you and your members are shaping the future of research, which in turn will drive a brighter future for our world.


    Advancing your mission is our mission, and our culture of partnership combined with the power of our reach helps us provide the world’s leading society publishing service. We combine the insights, talent, and technology that are creating the future of publishing with two centuries of expertise so that, together, we can deliver answers to the world’s challenges.


    You work to create impact, enhance discoverability, deliver quality, and ensure sustainability, and we’re here to help.




    At Wiley, we proudly partner with more than 800 scientific and scholarly societies and associations across all subject areas around the world. We are committed to working with you collaboratively and proactively to support your ambitions and your society’s mission.

    Every one of our scientific and scholarly society partners is changing the world. Here are just a few examples:



    Does research need new audiences to be sustainable?Start cultivating members with early engagement#thankyouscience: How one society is promoting the value of research

    Achieving impact outside of the academy is a challenge, but there’s growing commitment from societies and publishers to find ways to reach beyond. In collaboration with the Association for Learned & Professional Society Publishers, our latest whitepaper digs into recent studies on science communication.


    Learn more here.

    The Physiological Society is  raising awareness and increasing access to quality research and education through a new MOOC (Massive Online Open Course).


    Learn more here.

    Since the March for Science in April, the American Geophysical Union has built on their momentum to continue to advocate for science and for their members.


    Learn more here.





    John Wiley and Sons was founded in 1807 and is the oldest independent publishing house in the United States. As time and progress moved along, our books did too — from Thomas Jefferson’s personal library to the Library of Congress, to institutions around the world, and then to the world wide web. From our start as a tiny print shop in New York, we grew to meet the needs of authors, educators, students, researchers, and professionals in every corner of the globe, adding digital solutions to quality content. Today, our books, journals, reference works, and databases are shared with millions.


    Wiley and its acquired companies have published the works of more than 490 Nobel Laureates in all categories for which the prize is awarded. With the February 2007 acquisition of Blackwell Publishing, Wiley became the largest publisher for professional and scholarly societies.


    Above all we recognize continuous improvement as fundamental to success and growth in a digital world. We are committed to continuing to shape our future by redefining and extending the ways in which we can better serve our authors, our library customers, and society partners.





    Transfer Code of Practice

    Wiley endorses the latest version of the NISO Transfer Code of Practice. The Code outlines “best practice” for the transfer of digital content files, subscription lists, and other journal assets during a change in publisher, publishing platform, or owner.


    As an endorsing publisher and using commercially-reasonable efforts, Wiley commits to meeting the standards of the code in all journal transfers we are involved.