A subset of the National Library of Medicine databases. Go-to database for articles from selected biomedical journals, run by the National Library of Medicine, 1966-present. National Library of Medicine interface permits detailed searches using MeSH controlled vocabulary.
A subset of Web of Science database. The go-to database for articles in all areas of health and life sciences, run by the National Library of Medicine, 1965-present. Great for finding articles in medical literature.
Go-to source of articles in biomedicine, biochemistry, and related medical fields. Search Medline, life science journals, and online books through the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Many search results link to full-text articles in journals through library subscriptions.
Citations covering high-impact (heavily cited) journals in the sciences (1900-present), social sciences (1956-present), and arts and humanities (1997-present).
Textbooks for the PharmD curriculum. Includes:
• Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine
• DiPiro's Pharmacotherapy
Reference books, NAPLEX review help students to develop and track key skills, and more. Works best with non-Internet Explorer browsers.
Funded by the Keck Graduate Institute, School of Pharmacy
USDA National Library of Agriculture database. Citations for articles on every major agricultural topic, 1970-present. Also includes some life sciences and applied biology topics.
Critical reviews of primary research literature written by leading scientists in Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences.
Informational videos produced by the BBC highlighting natural events. Relevant to science, natural history, geology, geography, earth science, climate science, environment science, biology, and anthropology.
Reference source with detailed information for all species of birds nesting in the USA and Canada. Includes recorded bird song and calls and images for each species.
The California State Geoportal is a centralized geographic open data portal, which includes authoritative data and applications from a multitude of California state entities. The portal runs on the ESRI ArcGIS Online Hub platform, which provides many tools to access and view data and maps. It also enables users to tap into the broader ESRI ArcGIS Online suite of tools, either with a free public account or with a paid subscription account. The California State Geoportal has many tools available to users to help locate, view datasets as well as build their own maps. For further information, please visit the portal training page at https://gis.data.ca.gov/pages/training.
Full text protocols for laboratory procedures ranging from basic to advanced. 1987 - present, updated four times a year.
Wide variety of articles covering mostly human-influenced changes to life on earth. Published 2001, published online 2005: users will need up-to-date research from other sources to compliment many of the articles.
Peer-reviewed articles, theses, and scholarly books from journals, professional organizations, and university and preprint repositories
Reference source for all birds worldwide, including taxonomy. Supports five simultaneous users, requires username and password. Updated frequently.
Full-text consumer health magazines, reference books, and pamphlets. Also contains Clinical Reference Systems reports (in English and Spanish); Lexi-PAL Drug Guide; and Merriam-Webster's Medical Desk Dictionary. Coverage 1984-present; coverage differs from magazine to magazine.
Scholarly full-text journals focusing on many medical disciplines, particularly strong coverage of nursing and allied health. Also includes the Lexi-PAL Drug Guide. Not all included journals are peer-review. Coverage 1952-present; dates vary journal to journal.
You will need to first create a Web of Science personal account to access
A citation-based evaluation tool to analyze institutional productivity and benchmark output against peers and aspirational peers across the country and world.
The Internet Archive, a non-profit, digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, it provides free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public. The mission is to provide Universal Access to All Knowledge.The archive contains 330 billion web pages, 20 million books and texts, 4.5 million audio recordings (including 180,000 live concerts), 4 million videos, (including 1.6 million Television News Programs, 3 million image, and 200,000 software programs.
Special temporary access provided through June 15, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.. Video demonstrations of laboratory methods and protocols across eight STEM disciplines, two Core video textbooks, and intro biology and chemistry lab manuals. (Video Journal access is not included.)
Genetic and molecular biology data for Arabidopsis thaliana, a widely used model plant. Produced by the Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center at Ohio State University.
Note: Chrome recommended
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