Trial access: Enzymes Online

Enzymes Online is a database published by De Gruyter that covers topics relating to the function, analysis, and application of enzymes.   The content is selected from journals and books published by De Gruyter in the areas of biology, medicine, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and engineering.

Currently the database includes about 1,300 articles.   De Gruyter describes the database as a “specially-tailored compilation on enzymes from all relevant disciplines including biology, medicine, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and engineering”.

Enzymes Online has been selected for trial access and this available now until 15 December 2018 via the following link:

https://ezp.lib.cam.ac.uk/login?url=https://www.degruyter.com/view/db/enzo

Please send your feedback to: ejournals@lib.cam.ac.uk.   Thank you.

JoVE trial extended: What do you think?

The University of Cambridge trial of JoVE Journal of Visualized Experiments has been extended to 14 May 2018.

Please tell us what you think about the JoVE collections by writing to library@ch.cam.ac.uk.

Thank you

Access the trial on campus via https://www.jove.com/

You can also create an account if you use an email address in the Cambridge domain – cam.ac.uk – which will provide access for the trial (“Create an account” on the green LOG IN tab top right on https://www.jove.com).

Off campus options for access:

http://ezproxy.lib.cam.ac.uk:2048/login?url=https://www.jove.com/

or via Shibboleth (Insitutional) login on the JoVE site (green LOG IN tab top right on https://www.jove.com and then “Sign in with Shibboleth” option).

BioSocieties

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : BioSocieties

From the Springer website for the journal:

BioSocieties is committed to the scholarly exploration of the crucial social, ethical and policy implications of developments in the life sciences and biomedicine. The journal defines the key intellectual issues at the science-society interface, and offers pathways to the resolution of the critical local, national and global socio-political challenges that arise from scientific and biomedical advances.

“As the first journal of its kind, BioSocieties publishes scholarship across the social science disciplines, and represents a lively and balanced array of perspectives on controversial issues. It is becoming the journal of choice not only for social scientists, but also for life scientists interested in the larger social, ethical and policy implications of their work. The journal is international in scope, spanning research and developments in all corners of the globe. Articles, response pieces, book reviews, and self-standing editorial pieces by social and life scientists form a regular part of the journal.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2006) to present.

Access BioSocieties via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Image credit: ‘Laboratory Science – biomedical ‘ by Bill Dickinson on Flickr – https://flic.kr/p/dAQcjW

FRANCIS and PASCAL

The FRANCIS and PASCAL databases are now available via this link on the Cambridge LibGuides Databases A-Z:

http://pascal-francis.inist.fr/home/

The site Free Access to Pascal and Francis is an archive of the PASCAL and FRANCIS bibliographic databases in exact, human and social sciences, produced by the Inist-CNRS since 1972 and hitherto accessible with a subscription.

Three search modes are featured: simple, advanced, expert. You can also browse the content of PASCAL and FRANCIS by keywords (vocabulary) or by thematics (classification).

“The opening of the FRANCIS and PASCAL bibliographic data on this website fits into the recommendations expressed by the Scientific Information Department of the CNRS, which advocate the dissemination and opening in free access of the Pascal and Francis archive.”

“In its 1 (initial) Version the site offers a free access to more than 14 million bibliographic references of articles, conference papers and conference proceedings produced by the Inist-CNRS from 1984 to 2015 for PASCAL (12 millions) and from 1972 to 2015 for FRANCIS (2 millions). It will become progressively enriched with other document types and with records of partners having cooperated to PASCAL and FRANCIS supply in the past.”

CABI Global Health

Trial access is now available to 2 April 2015 to the CABI Global Health database.

 

Access the trial via this link.

 

Please send feedback on the database to ilk21@cam.ac.uk.

Global Health is the only specialist bibliographic abstracting and indexing database dedicated to public health, completing the picture of international medical and health research by capturing key literature that is not covered by other databases.

Derived from over 7,000 journals, reports, books and conferences, Global Health contains over 2.4* million scientific records from 1973 to the present. Around 175,000 records are added each year, and over 96% of these records include an English abstract.

Publications from over 100 countries in 50 languages are abstracted, and all relevant non-English-language papers are translated to give access to research not available through any other database.

The database’s open serials policy and coverage of international and grey literature means that 40% of material contained in Global Health is unique to the database. Everything from proceedings, theses, electronic-only publications and other hard-to-find sources are included.

Visit http://www.cabi.org/publishing-products/online-information-resources/global-health/ for more information on CABI Global Health.

BioOne Trial

Trial access is now available to BioOne until 31 May 2014.

Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) at the British Wildlife Centre, Surrey, England. Photo Sunday August 17th 2008. Keven Law

BioOne is a resource produced by a collaboration of societies, libraries, academic institutions and the private sector.

BioOne aggregates high-quality publications in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences to deliver a linked information resource of full-text articles.  BioOne comprises currently 179 titles from 135 publishers, 62 of which are exclusively available online through BioOne, which in all totals over 100,000 articles, growing daily.

BioOne trial access is available here.  Please send your feedback on the trial to yn235@cam.ac.uk.

BioOne is available to use on a Mobile device /iPad or tablet for use on and off campus. To use the mobile site, please go to

https://www.bioone.org/action/mobileDevicePairingLogin