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FDSC 6010: Principles and Applications of Food Science and Technology (Fall 2015): Get Started

Article databases and other bibliographic tools for food science.

Getting Started with Research

By the end of this guide you'll be able to:

  • Identify a research topic and find authoritative sources from influential researchers, journals and articles in your subject area
  • Search article databases and retrieve, save and cite highly cited peer-reviewed scholarly articles and the articles that cite them easily and efficiently
  • Summarize the results of the research you find in your own words 

Share Your Research at SPARK Talks

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Cornell University Library is proud to host SPARK Talks – a series of five-minute lightning talks from Cornell graduate students and postdocs. The inaugural SPARK Talks will be Oct. 22, 2015, 4 to 6pm at Olin Library Room 107 followed by a reception and a chance to network.

The Fall 2015 theme is Intersection[s].

Interested in presenting on this semester's theme? The deadline is Sept. 25. Apply today.

Questions? Visit our FAQ or contact us.

Literature Reviews

Here are a few websites with some helpful information about writing a literature review:

Here are some books that the library has that will provide more in-depth information (though perhaps not so useful if you’re not currently on campus):

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