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  • Web of Knowledge
    Web of Knowledge includes the databases Web of Science, Current Contents Connect, Journal Citation Reports (JCR) and Biosis Previews. It is the most commonly used database by biologists.
  • BioOne
    BioOne aggregates over eighty high impact bioscience research journals. Most of BioOne's titles are published by small societies and non-commercial publishers, and, until now, have been available only in printed form. BioOne journals focus on the biological, ecological and environmental sciences. Articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats.
  • General Science Full Text
    Designed specifically for students and non-specialists, General Science Full Text features full text, plus the graphs, charts, diagrams, photos, and illustrations that convey an abundance of scientific information. High quality indexing as far back as 1984, full text back to 1995.
  • Access Science
    This is a great place to start if you are a non-science major or need general info. Full access to 7100+ articles, 115,000 dictionary terms, and hundreds of Research Updates in all areas of science and technology updated daily. Also includes over 2000 biographies of leading scientists, weekly updates of breakthroughs and discoveries in science and technology, a science dictionary, and links to related websites.
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