Search 150 years of scientific discovery The University Library has perpetual access to the British Association for the Advancement of Science – Collections on the History of Science (1830s-1970s) digital archive thanks to an arrangement with Wiley Digital Archives in partnership …

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On 31 August, a major update will affect the Elsevier Elibrary platform, which offers a range of the key pharmacy, pharmaceutical science and biomedical science textbooks available through your subject pages. The older editions of many of the textbooks currently …

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Sage have given us trial access to three new units until 31st December 2016 on Sage Research Methods: cases, datasets and videos.  Of particular interest to Psychology, these methods videos might be of interest to many different disciplines.  Please let …

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For those of you who love archives and libraries and enjoy visiting museums and art galleries, this may be the website for you.  If you like finding out about forthcoming exhibitions (and anything archaeological and historical) see http://www.culture24.org.uk/home. It’s partly …

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There has been a very high level of demand for  “Neuropsychopharmacology and therapeutics” by Ivor Ebenezer.  A second, multi-user ebook has been bought that will appear on the Library catalogue and Discovery Service next week but you can access it …

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  The following all applies to students of the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Science who are using the Vancouver referencing system.  If you are referencing the British Pharmacopoeia using another referencing system, please consult Referencing@Portsmouth or ask us for advice.