- Access to JoVE's Developmental Biology video database
Access to JoVE's Developmental Biology video database
The library has acquired access to JoVE's Developmental Biology video database. This database covers the entire field of developmental biology from the underlying genetic and epigenetic mechanisms to the growth and differentiation of single cells into organs and whole organisms.Mar 29, 2015
- Archives of Cambridge Journals
Archives of Cambridge Journals
The library has extended access to full text of the following Cambridge University Press subscribed journals:
Behavioral and Brain Sciences Volumes 1 (1978) - 19 (1996)
Combinatorics, Probability & Computing Volumes 1 (1992) - 5 (1996)
Genetical Research Volumes 1 (1960) - 68 (1996)
MRS Bulletin Volumes 1 (1975) - 25 (2000)
Parasitology Volumes 1 (1908) - 113 (1996)
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Section A: Mathematics Volumes 61 (1941) - 129 (1999)
Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics Volumes 1 (1968) - 29 (1996)
Visual Neuroscience Volumes 1 (1988) - 14 (1997)Mar 25, 2015
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