For nearly three decades, Nova Publishers has been at the forefront of a global network of editors, academic advisors, researchers and authors who are advancing the conversation of academic research around the world. By presenting a rich and diverse catalog featuring research that ranges from medicine, energy and the environment to philosophy and psychology, Nova Publishers continues to spark discussions among some of the world’s greatest minds. The company’s current publication list features materials in a wide range of formats: edited collections, DVDs, handbooks, online publications, videos, monographs, reference books, softcover books, electronic books and hardcover books. Additionally, Nova Publishers produces dozens of academic research journals – both electronic and print – for the benefit of their readership.
Over the last three years, Nova Publishers has published over 5,000 books in subject areas including cellular biology, computers and technology, genetics, agriculture, bacteriology, media and communication, health, materials science, transportation, fine arts, financial research and more. This wide spectrum of offerings means that Nova Publishers continues to improve communication among like-minded individuals who are seeking greater knowledge and insight.
The leading focus of Nova Publishers’ publicity and advertising efforts are Scientific, Technical and Medical libraries, as well as a diversity of professional markets. Nova Publishers has also established a number of core relationships with research organizations, laboratories and libraries throughout the world.
Nova Publishers markets each of its publications through tradeshows, review copies, Internet marketing, distributor leaflets, online advertising, specialized catalogs and several other proven techniques. Nova Publishers regularly serves as a primary fixture at book fairs and conferences in various parts of the world including Europe, Asia and the United States. In recent years, the company appeared at the Frankfurt (Germany) Book Fair and the London (England) Book Fair to speak with members of academia and learn more about their needs and interests.