At 10am on Tuesday, March 22nd, Jennifer Renak from Reaxys will offer an hour-long training session on the ins and outs or Reaxys. Please join us! It's open to all faculty, graduate students, and library staff.
Reaxys is a workflow solution for research chemists.
SciFinder is a research discovery tool that allows college students and faculty to access a wide diversity of research from many scientific disciplines, including biomedical sciences, chemistry, engineering, materials science, agricultural science, and more!
Follow along and explore the Nutrition of Plant Compounds in SciFinder:
SciFinder Scholar is a research discovery tool that allows you to access a wide diversity of research from many scientific disciplines, including biomedical sciences, chemistry, chemical engineering, material science, agricultural science, and many others. It provides search interface for access to Chemical Abstracts online. Chemical Abstracts covers the published scientific research in chemistry, and offers searching by author name, research topic, substance identifier, chemical structure, or chemical reaction.
This is for my favorite mass spectroscopists...
I just discovered you can now "remove duplicates" from you results list when searching SciFinder Web. Because you can search Chem Abs and Medline in a single search the ability to remove duplicates was highly desirable. This was not a function of SciFinder Web until relatively recently. One BIG caveat! You can only remove duplicates for results sets less than 10,000 hits. The "Remove Duplicates" appears in the divider band just above your results list. Progress!
A recent paper from PLoS: Computational Biology
Defrosting the Digital Library: Bibliographic Tools for the Next Generation Web
What can I say? It's Friday afternoon and these folks always lighten up the day or sends one into a depression to rival the economic one we're hurling towards.
My question: These papers get published?