Answered By: Anne Sherwin
Last Updated: Jun 02, 2017     Views: 16

The following databases are recommended as starting points for your research:

  • Science Direct - A leading full-text scientific database offering articles from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and chapters from more than 11,000 books. Coverage is from at least 1995 onwards, although many publications are much earlier.
  • SpringerLink - Access to a wealth of online journals and e-books from Springer covering all aspects of science and engineering.
  • Institute of Physics Journals - Full-text of most of the IoP journals are available for the current 10 year rolling backfile. The additional archive provides full text of every journal article published prior to the 10 years back to 1874.

‚ÄčFor more extensive research you might also like to try the following. These databases do not contain full-text articles, but they do provide links to it where it is available.

  • Scopus
  • Web of Science

All these databases may be accessed through the Library's Resources page. Select either Mathematics or Physics from the subject menu.

For more information please see How can I find a subject database?