The Anais da Academia Brasileira
de Ciências (Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences) is the
official journal of the Academy and one of the oldest scientific
publications in Brazil (starting in 1929). The official journal of
the Academy was first termed Revista da Sociedade de Sciencias do
Brasil (1917-1919), replaced by Revista Brasileira de Sciencias
(1920-1922), and then replaced by Revista da Academia Brasileira de Sciencias (1926 and 1928), which was not published on a regular basis
before 1929. Worth mentioning of Revista Brasileira de Sciencias is
Einstein's paper on the theory of light, in 1926.
The main objective of the Annals is to publish original research
findings in the fields covered by the Academy. The Editorial
Board coordinates and evaluates the articles to be published.
Volumes are published in a quarterly basis. Following the editorial
board's recommendation, issues on special themes are published as
Supplements to the Annals.
Back issues of all previously published volumes are available directly from the Subscriptions Office.