Materials Science & Engineering Research: Articles / Databases
The databases below will lead you to journal articles on topics in materials science and engineering.
Use the databases listed below to search for and find articles on topics in materials design and innovation. The Annual Review provides online versions of review articles in materials science and engineering. Listed below that are major multidisciplinary databases followed by engineering-focused databases and then major e-journal packages that can be searched like databases. There will be some overlap in these databases, but they will also all have unique materials in them.
Annual Review of Materials Research
- The Annual Review of Materials Research covers the significant developments in the field of materials research, including original methodologies, materials phenomena, material systems, and special keynote topics.
Major Multidisciplinary Databases
- Web of Science
One-pass searching of Web of Science citation indexes, BIOSIS Citation Index, Derwent Innovations Index, MEDLINE and more. More Info
Major research tool for chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials-related research. It provides access to the literature in these fields as well as to reactions, properties, spectra, and regulatory information and data.
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Large, multidisciplinary abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature. More Info
Full-text of all Elsevier published journals. More Info
- Nature Journals
The UB Libraries subscribe to most Nature Publishing Group journals (and its subsidiary, Cell Press), including the flagship journals Nature and Cell. In many cases, the full-text is available back to the first volume of each title. More Info
- Essential Science Indicators
Compilation of science performance statistics and trends data derived from Web of Science Core Collection data. Ranks authors, institutions, countries, and journals across 22 broad disciplines. ESI can be used to conduct analyses of the scientific literature. Watch the series of short videos on how to use this research tool or review this guide to learn the basics.
- Compendex (Engineering Index)
Engineering & applied science-related research. More info
- Applied Science & Technology Source
Multi-disciplinary database with references to technical literature and links to selected full-text More info
Covers electrical and electronics engineering, applied physics, and computer and control technologies. More info.
- IEEE Xplore
Provides full text access to IEEE and IET publications. More info
- SPIE Digital Library
Extensive research database on optics and photonics research, providing full text access to SPIE journals, conferences, and selected books. More info
Other eJournal Packages
- ACS Journals
Full-text of all scientific journals published by the American Chemical Society from 1879 to the present. More Info
- RSC Journals
Full-text of most journals published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. More Info
- APS Journals
Full-text of all American Physical Society journals. More Info
- IOP Electronic Journals
Full-text of selected Institute of Physics journals. More Info
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