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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How biological species got their name Have you ever wondered how biological species got their names? How biologists can claim to know which of the many species of earthworm or which of the millions of bacteria they are actually looking …

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Update 28/09/2016: Web of Science is now working normally. Searching Web of Science currently results in the error message “Server encountered an internal error”.    We apologise for the interruption to this service. This problem is affecting all Web of Science customers and …

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Thomson Reuters have announced the Web of Science video challenge: submit a short, innovative, high quality video showcasing your work and how you are using Web of Science to support it by 30 June and you could win one of five $100 Visa gift cards. …

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We are delighted to announce free trial access to the ICE Science Collection until 30th September 2016, giving us access to 5 academic journals covering a wide range of disciplines containing over 400 papers.  Click the links to read: Bioinspired, Biomimetic and …

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Reaction Chemistry & Engineering is a new, free e-journal now available for you to access for free from the Royal Chemistry Society.  From fundamental, molecular level chemistry to large scale chemical production, Reaction Chemistry & Engineering brings together communities of chemists …

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