Guide to medical resources by medical college librarians
The Engineering Library links to many top databases, including Database A-Z List, plus services, such as document delivery, books requests, and group study room reservations.
VIVO is a Cornell expertise database, find collaborators.
is the premier database for medical literature. Publisher is National Library of Medicine. Better than Google Scholar
at displaying more references per page, more vocabulary, with abstracts/full-text.
Cornell Library Catalog
has records for 8 million books, and thousands of journals and articles. Lacks detailed indexing of PubMed, INSPEC, Compendex, and Web of Science.
Search scholarly articles and conference papers in Compendex and INSPEC simultaneously.
There are several JOVE journals with scientific online video journal articles. JOVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) help researchers with the labor intensive nature of learning new experimental techniques. Sections include Engineering, Bioengineering, Clinical & translational medicine, Neuroscience...
2,000 technical e-books on many subjects. ASM Handbooks
and other societies handbooks may be searched here.
12,000 standards by the American Society for Testing of Materials. There are 95,000 standards published by many organizations, such as ISO that we order individually as needed.
Available through Thomson Reuter's Web of Science, Derwent
includes value-added patent title descriptions and citation information to world and US patents from 1963 to date.
is a full text database to all IEEE journals, transactions, and conferences.