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Web of Science Core Collection enables searching of top-cited peer-reviewed content across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities with “cited reference” search capabilities. “It is a curated collection of over 20,000 peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly journals published worldwide (including Open Access journals) in over 250 science, social sciences, and humanities disciplines. Conference proceedings and
Bibliographic and descriptive records of all types of works related to growing turfgrass. Established in 1983 by the United States Golf Association (USGA) Turfgrass Research Committee and the Michigan State University (MSU) Libraries, now maintained by the Turfgrass Information Center, a division of MSU Libraries. To aid the searcher, the
SPORTDiscus is the world’s leading database in sport, health, fitness and sports medicine. SportDiscus has over 1.7 million qualified references from thousands of international periodicals, books, e-journals, conference proceedings, theses, dissertations, and websites that focus on different areas involving sport, including: sport sciences, engineering, psychology, administration, sociology, history, coaching, training,
The SPIE Digital Library is a comprehensive, online tool for locating papers on optics, photonics, optoelectronics, and imaging. Subject coverage is broad across optical technology, including astronomy, aerospace, remote sensing, biomedical optics, communications & fiber optics, electronic & medical imaging, lasers, microelectronics & micromachining, nanotechnology, optical physics, chemistry & biology,
Large interdisciplinary abstract and citation database to academic journal literature, conference proceedings and books with broad coverage across the sciences and social sciences, includes citation tracking tools (Citescore).
SciFinder “Classic” Platform Retires:  July 31 If you have saved answer sets and search alerts, you will need to migrate them into SciFinder-n before July 31.  SciFinder is the most comprehensive bibliographic database for scholarly research in the field of chemistry. It contains over 52 million citations and