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To find a recommended book, journal or article, use the library catalogue. To research a subject area, use the specialist databases below. In these, you will find details of many thousands of journals and articles. Some include other sources of information, such as books, patents and conference papers.
A database for drug research and development, disease treatment and decision
making, based on scientifically sound data. It brings together essential information on drugs in commercial development, key clinical trials, deals, safety profiles, and patents. All data on the platform is reviewed, assessed and summarised by a team of scientists.
Guidance on how to find University of Bath dissertations and theses in the library and online or search other libraries. You can also find information here about how to submit your dissertation or thesis.
Molecular biology and biomedical sciences resources
National Center for Biotechnology Information: biomedical and genomic information including datasets, software and bibliographic information relating to science research and health including gene and protein sequences; whole genomes; protein structures and inherited disorders
Search across all databases on the Web of Science platform.
The University of Bath Library gives you access to these databases on the Web of Science platform:
Web of Science Core Collection
Biosis Citation Index
Data Citation Index
Derwent Innovations Index
KCI - Korean Journal Database
Russian Science Citation Index
SciELO Citation Index
Index to selected journals, conference papers and book series across all subject areas.
Web of Science Core Collection consists of the following databases:
Science Citation Index
Social Sciences Citation Index
Arts and Humanities Citation Index
Conference Proceedings Citation Index
Book Citation Index
Emerging Sources Citation Index
Current Chemical Reactions
If you find references to books, journals, articles or other materials we either do not stock in print or subscribe to online, you can request these via our Inter-library Loans Service. If you haven't used the service before you will need to register.