These licensed resources are for current NU affiliates only.
Note: Selected titles are available only. Includes journal archives, containing over one hundred years of coverage.
Note: Selected titles are available only. Includes journal archives,
Interactive books and databases for scientific and engineering information. Chemical property data, chemical equations and digital graphs. Analyze data, sort, filter and export from 'live tables', resolve equations and plot graphs, capture values from existing graphs and perform 'what if' experiments.
The flagship journal Nature is is the most highly cited interdisciplinary science journal according to ISI's journal citation reports; Northeastern's subscription includes a number of sister titles-- Nature Chemistry, Nature Chemical Biology, Nature Climate Change, and more.
Use for finding publishing trends and impact factors, or as an article database. This multidisciplinary database covers 8,500 high impact research journals.
A comprehensive interdisciplinary engineering database, containing over 9 million records. References over 5,000 international engineering sources including journals, conferences, and trade publications. 1969 to present, updated weekly.
Searches more than 6,000 scholarly journals on all academic subjects. (Includes non-scholarly content as well.) An easy way to get full-text results from a chemistry literature search, although it's less comprehensive than a SciFinder search.
Business news and research; for searches on the chemical industry.
Newspapers, periodicals, public records, and legal documents, often within 24 hours of publication (sources from LexisNexis). Mostly full text.
JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, is the world's first peer reviewed scientific video journal.
The Library subscribes to the following sections of JoVE: Biology, Neuroscience, Bioengineering, Immunology and Infection, and sections of JoVE Science Education Database (Basic Biology, Advanced Biology, Chemistry, and Physics). Essentials of Neuroscience is part of the Advanced Biology section.