Welcome to the subject guide for Biological Sciences.
New students. Here are my top 3 tips to get you started:
Returning students & staff. We've had to make some changes to Library services to make everything COVID-secure: check out our COVID-19 FAQs. You must have your campus card with you to enter the building.
Whilst I'm not currently working in the Library building, if you need help, I can still be contacted via my email using the link on this page.
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If you already have a reference for a journal article and want to read the full text, search for the journal title in Find Journals and then look up the relevant year, volume, issue no. and page numbers.
There are several alternative databases that you can search to find journal articles. Each indexes slightly different journals, so you will get different results from searching each of these:
Database of journal citations and abstracts for biomedical literature from journals covering medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, health care systems and the biomedical sciences. Available via 3 alternative routes:
Some other key resources are:
Articles from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory annual conference on new developments in biological research.
Good introductions to topics: follow up the references for further reading.
Genetics, cell biology, science communicaton and scientific career information provided by Nature Education
Links to government publications from DEFRA, Food Standards Agency etc.
To see a full list of all the Library's databases go to our A-Z databases page.
I'm Liz Clarke, the Academic Librarian for the School of Biological Sciences. Get in touch if you need advice / help with using Library resources to support your study, research or teaching.