The Society publishes a Bulletin three times per year, which contains reports on conferences and other Society activities, review articles on rheological topics, information on future meetings, courses, and general notes and news. Members of the Society receive the Bulletin free of charge, as well as full searchable online access.

The Society also published, until 2013, a quarterly Rheology Abstracts, containing abstracts of most of the published papers and other literature likely to be of interest to practising rheologists in all fields. BSR members again have access to the now searchable abstracts online.

Also available to members are the Rheology Reviews, articles and papers from the past by some of the top rheologists and these have provided a sound basis to today's theories and concepts in the field of rheology.

The Society administers the Scott Blair Collection of books and papers on rheology, which is housed at Aberystwyth University, providing an up-to-date library of rheological literature available to all active BSR members.

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Quantitative Tube Model Predictions for the Linear Viscoelasticity of Linear Polymers

by E.Ruymbeke, C-Y.Liu & C.Bailly
6 Jun 2007
Members only

Rheology of Solid Polymers by I.Emri

6 Jun 2005
Members only

Micro-Macro Methods by R. Keunings

Micro-Macro Methods for the Multiscale Simulations of Viscoelastic Flow Using Molecular Models of Kinetic Theory by R. Keunings
6 Jun 2004
Members only

Recent Developments on the Slow Viscoelastic Flow Past Spheres and Bubbles

by B.Caswell, O.Manero & B.Mena
6 Jun 2004
Members only
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