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Do you know SciFinder?

14. March 2018 | HBZ | Keine Kommentare

SciFinder is an essential tool for those interested in scientific information in the chemical and related disciplines. Not only is it possible to search by topic, but also by chemical structure, structural fragments, CAS number and many other search criteria, such as e.g. physical properties. You can find scientific publications, but also substances and reactions, […]


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More journals available online

6. March 2018 | HBZ | Keine Kommentare

The following journals in the fields of medicine and natural sciences are now available online: Allergy and Asthma Proceedings British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry Fachzeitschrift für geriatrische und gerontologische Pflege : GGP Journal of Wrist Surgery


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JoVE – additional contents available for Biology

25. January 2018 | HBZ | Keine Kommentare

New in 2018, and for the moment limited to one year, the main library of the University of Zurich offers access to content from both areas of JoVE Video Journal and the Science Education Library with a focus on biology: Developmental Biology This collection includes videos on research studies in developmental biology – from the […]


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BrowZine Tip: Article not accessible?

21. December 2017 | HBZ | Keine Kommentare

It occurs only rarely – but sometimes it does: in BrowZine, the articles of an issue are displayed, but the articles themselves are not accessible (recognizable by the orange bar): Since this week you may click on the article title and then in the popup on the blue button “Request this item and/or check additional […]


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