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Referencing the British Pharmacopoeia

  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.

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Fascination

While we’ve been on leave, another issue of Fascination has been posted.  So if you want to read about bee blooms blossoming, a possible new vaccine for polio, or Cherenkov Telescope Array – or a host of other technology and

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New Journal subscription: Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance

Welcome to the New Blue Journal…. So says the editor of the new journal Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance (the official journal of the Aerospace Medical Association). In fact the journal isn’t new, it has had four titles and ten

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The Martian

A year or two back we stumbled across Andy Weir’s spellbinding novel The Martian.  One of few books that really is unputdownable once it has you in its grip.  It’s coming out as a film soon and we’ve just seen

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New book: Plant Physiology and Development

Plants have been in the news a lot over the last week with the appearance of Chelsea Flower Show on our TV screens. So it seems timely to announce the arrival of a new book to the library ‘Plant Physiology

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F1000 Workspace trial

A couple of weeks ago I drew your attention to a trial we are currently running for F1000 Prime (see previous post) alongside this you can also set up an account and put their answer to Reference Management through its paces,

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Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

It is that time of year when television weather reports are often accompanied by pollen forecasts. This reminded me of a new journal title that the library now has access to titled, Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. This electronic

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New Subscription – GFF

GFF is a new library subscription journal available in print and electronically. It is one of the oldest scientific journals with a particular focus on northern Europe. The print run starts at 2015 with an article on Carboniferous tetrapod footprints

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From Remotely Operated Vehicles to Paleobotany

Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences trial Limited time only… trial runs until 15th May. Click here to access Take a look at this collection of per-reviewed articles from key reference works including the Treatise on Geochemistry and the

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Richard III – the science behind the story

March 26th will see the reinterment of Richard III at Leicester Cathedral following earlier discovery of bones beneath a city car park. We are more likely to think of history when we are looking at such news events, however, there

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