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Comprehensive Composite Materials, Encyclopedia of Materials and Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology

Comprehensive Composite Materials provides a unique reference source for scientists and technologists in the field of composites research. The six volumes covers key aspects of naturally occuring and synthetic composite materials, including: history reinforcements, matrix materials, mechanical properties, physical properties, theory, structural design, structural analysis, manufacturing processes, quality assurance, test methods, applications, recycling and disposal.

ClinicalKey: New Clinical Information Tool Replacing MDConsult

The Libraries have subscribed to Elsevier’s ClinicalKey online service, which replaces the electronic content that was formerly offered through MDConsult. It offers a more robust (yet simple) searching interface and access to thousands more books and journals, as well as other sources, as noted in the following list.

Body Synthetic - Cardiovascular Engineering, Tissue Engineering and Biomedical Mechanics

Information resources for Cardiovascular Engineering, Tissue Engineering and Biomedical Mechanics related subject areas. Plagiarism

Books Click on the links below to see what books are available in the library in some key areas related to Cardiovascular Engineering, Tissue Engineering and Biomedical Mechanics

Foundation of Biomedical Engineering

Variety of sources to find information on subject areas such as Biomaterials and Tissue EngineeringFoundation of Biomedical Engineering Plagiarism

Group Projects

IEEE’s Community for Biology, Medicine and Technology

It is the goal of the IEEE Life Sciences Portal to become a premier resource and community for knowledge, opportunity, and collaboration, enabling cross-disciplinary solutions in life sciences.

Traditionally, the term life sciences has referred to several branches of science, such as biology, medicine, anthropology, or ecology, that describe living organisms and their organization, life processes, and their relationships to each other and their environment.

Medical Sciences I - BMES501

This course introduces first year biomedical engineering graduate students to cell biology and cellular physiology focusing on two principal concepts: a) What is a cell? and b) How does a cell function?

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Groupwork Survival Guide

When you work in a group, you can accomplish more than you would if you were just learning on your own. Your group members may have some skills or knowledge that you don’t have. And you will find that you, too, have knowledge and skills that compliment your group members.

Furthermore, group work will help you learn how to play well with others – that’s super important to anyone in the working world. If you can figure out how to leverage your teammates’ abilities with your own, you can succeed in any team environment in the work world.

Books

Click on the links below to see what books are available in the library in some key areas related to Tissue Engineering

To find additional books,  search in our online catalog using Advanced Keyword searching

Medical Device Design

Intellectual Property, Medical Devices, Design and Technology Commercialization

Research: Body Synthetic - Cardiovascular Engineering, Tissue Engineering, and Biomedica Mechanics

Books on Medical Devices To find  books on ‘Medical Devices’, search in our online catalog using Advanced Keyword searching and using the term 'Medical Device*'. See also:

Using Summon: Try Summon to find books, articles and more. See also What is Summon? How can I use it?

  • Click on Articles & More Tab in the Library Home page
  • For example, type ‘Stem Cells’ and click on Search Library link.
  • Refine your search results by selecting an option from the left column. For example, select ‘ebook’ option. You will see a listing with links to  electronic books.
  • Try Summon for quick search. For more in depth search, explore the resources below.

Patent Searching

  • United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) The USPTO offers web access to bibliographic and full-text patent databases. These databases provide full-text of patents from 1976 to the present and full page images from 1790 to the present.
  • Fresh Patents Provides access to the latest published US patent applications each week BEFORE the USPTO decision to grant/deny.
  • pat2pdf.org Given a patent number, pat2pdf.org will return a free, pdf formated version of the patent.
  • The Google Patent Search covers the entire collection of patents made available by the USPTO—from patents issued in the 1790s to present.
  • WIPO GOLD is a free public resource which provides a one-stop gateway to WIPO’s global collections of searchable IP data. It aims to facilitate universal access to IP information
  • The Top 10 Biosimilar Players:  (Note: Search in 'Business Insights' database and use keyword 'patent' to locate this and other reports on patents)

BMES 391 - Biomedical Instrumentation I

Click on the links below to see what books are available in the library in some key areas related to Bioinstrumentation

To find additional books on 'Biomedical Engineering', search in our online catalog using Advanced Keyword searching and using the term 'Biomedical Engineering'

Using Summon:

Try Summon to find books, articles and more. See also What is Summon? How can I use it?

  • Click on Articles & More Tab in the Library Home page
  • For example, type ‘Spinal cord and technology and treatment’ and click on Search Library link.
  • Refine your search results by selecting an option from the left column. For example, select ‘ebook’ option. You will see a listing with links to  electronic books. You can also limit to articles from scholarly publications, including peer-review.

Electronic Books

Click on the links below to access electronic books (Access only to Drexel faculty and students)

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