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Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

A guide for finding articles and other resources associated with Chemical and Biomolecular engineering

About Library Databases

The Library subscribes to a wide range of electronic databases. Some contain full text of journals, newspapers, magazines or books  while others contain only citations and abstracts.

Off Campus Access 

In most cases, you will have to login to the database if you are off campus.  Login using NYU NetID and password.

More information about logging in.

Citation Tools

Although features vary from program to program, most citation management tools help you do three things:

  • Import citation information from a variety of sources (including library databases) automatically
  • Collect, organize and annotate references
  • Generate bibliographies and in-text citations in a variety of styles automatically

Databases

Use recommended databases below to start your research. 

If you need a journal that's the most influential in your field try Journal Citation Reports (JCR) by ISI Web of Knowledge.  JCR provides statistical information on the influence and impact a journal has in its field.

Icon Key

Blue Circle With White Icon  = More information
Page icon with lines and folded corner  = Some full text is available
Red icon with question mark = Database search help
Green and purple icon circle = Article linker (SFX) enabled
Yellow key icon = Restricted to NYU*

* You will be prompted to log in when off-campus. 

RSS & Alerts

Many databases have email Alerts and RSS feeds.  These tools bring the latest  information to you.  Take advantage of them by signing up with individual database providers.  For more information on RSS feeds visit RSS: Making Information Come to You

Can't Find What You Need?

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