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UF has a subscription to Journal of Visualized Experiments for the areas of:Biology, Chemistry, Immunology, Medicine, & Neuroscience. Journal of Visualized Experiments publish standard techniques and novel experimental approaches in these areas. Videos of the techniques accompany the articles.
This engineering literature database includes peer reviewed and indexed publications from 77 countries across 190 engineering disciplines. This link will allow you to search the Inspec database as well.
Provides indexing and full-text access to IEEE and IEE transactions, journals, magazines and conference proceedings published since 1988 and all current IEEE standards. Access to the full text is restricted to current UF students/staff/faculty.
Provides access to the world's scientific literature in electrical engineering, physics, control engineering, computers, and manufacturing and production engineering.Records for articles back to the 1890s.
Resources for Alternatives to the Use of Live Vertebrates in Biomedical Research and Testing. ALTBIB citations have been selected from articles, books, book chapters, and technical reports published from 1980 to 2000. These citations examine methods, tests, assays, and procedures that may be useful in establishing alternatives to the use of intact vertebrates.
Includes open access e-prints on Physics and more specific areas such as Medical Physics and Optics
Finding Trade Journal Articles
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Is this journal peer-reviewed? Is this a trade magazine?
Ulrich's International Periodicals Directorycan help you answer these questions. Simply search the journal title to determine if it is peer reviewed/refereed (look for the tiny referee shirt). Ulrich's will also tell you if the title is a trade magazine or journal.