Category Archives: History of Mathematical Reviews

Happy Birthday, Otto Neugebauer

Without Otto Neugebauer, there would be no MathSciNet.  He was the founder of both Zentralblatt für Mathematik (1931) and Mathematical Reviews (1940).   Neugebauer lived an extraordinary life during extraordinary times.  He knew and worked with some of the great mathematicians of the twentieth century.  Neugebauer … Continue reading

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Ales Waive Math Metric

For the last 30 of its 75 years, the offices of Mathematical Reviews, housing roughly 78 staff members, have been in a red-brick building at 416 Fourth Street in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This building sits at the edge of downtown … Continue reading

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