Key Databases

Databases provide searchable collections of articles or papers, reports and other information from academic and scholarly journals and sources, use them to search on a specific topic.

Although a particular database may not contain the full article, the Library often does have access to the full article. Go to the Library Catalogue and search by the journal name (not the article title) listed on the database record. Once in the journal, type or copy and paste the beginning of the article title into the journal search box.

Most important databases for your studies =

These give bibliographic references and short summaries of individual journal articles and the full text to many of the articles themselves.

These are comprehensive and international, they give references and detailed abstracts (summaries) of individual journal articles or papers.

  • PubMed
    International database of millions of references or citations for biomedical and life sciences journals. Includes Medline.

  • Web of Science(WoS)
    Key source for all final year undergraduate dissertations, MSc, MPhil/PhD and staff.International database which covers world literature in all areas of science.
    In WoS, click on the ‘All Databases’ tab and change to Web of Science™ Core Collection.
  • BioMed Central
    290 free quality peer-reviewed journals in biology, clinical medicine and health.

  • Bentham Open
    Peer-reviewed journals in science, technology, medicine and social sciences.

  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
    Freely available full-text online journals from all disciplines.

  • OMICS International
    700+ peer reviewed scholarly journals, 3000+ conferences in all aspects of science including medical, clinical and pharmaceutical subjects.

  • PLOS
    Peer-reviewed journals in biosciences and medicine.
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