Web of Science

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Web of Science is a multidisciplinary research platform which enables simultaneous cross-searching of a range of citation indexes and databases. The databases included in our subscription are:

Web of Science Core Collection, 1900-present
BIOSIS Citation Index, 1926-present
BIOSIS Previews, 1969-present
Current Contents Connect, 1998-present
Data Citation Index, 1900-present
Derwent Innovations Index, 1966-present
Essential Science Indicators
Journal Citation Reports
KCI-Korean Journal Database, 1980-present
MEDLINE, 1950-present
Russian Science Citation Index, 2005-present
SciELO Citation Index, 2002-present
Zoological Record, 1864-present


Access is available directly from this page by connecting to the Web of Science website - you'll be prompted to log in to MUSE as necessary. If you register for a personal account (click the 'Sign in' link at the top of the Web of Science home page and follow the instructions), you can use this for anywhere, anytime access, as well as to access your free EndNote Online account.


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