Toolkit for SEAS Students: Handbooks, Properties, Patents and More: Articles
Use the databases listed below to find articles on topics in engineering. We recommend that you start your search in one of the broader based databases listed first and that you then continue your search in the more specialized databases listed below those, as appropriate.
Chemistry & Chemical Technology Databases
Environmental Engineering & Science
Ergonomics & Human Factors Engineering
Electrical Engineering, Photonics, Optical Technologies
Major Multidisciplinary Databases
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Do you use Google Scholar to search for articles? Do you then have trouble locating the full text of articles?
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Find out more at the Alternative Access to Articles guide.
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Citation Management Software
UB has a site license to EndNote, software that allows you to collect, store, organize, retrieve, and automatically format references to journal articles, books, patents, and more in your papers.
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