Web of Science from 1900
Web of Science backfiles provide access to millions of additional source items
and cited references — plus cited reference searching for the entire database.
- CENTURY OF SCIENCE:
Science Citation Index Expanded™ - to 1900
- CENTURY OF SOCIAL
SCIENCES: Social Sciences Citation Index® - to
- Arts & Humanities Citation Index® - to 1975
- Current Chemical Reactions® - to 1986, plus archives from
1840 - 1985 from INPI
- Index Chemicus - to 1993
Biological Abstracts® from 1926
Delivers over 12 million records from life sciences journals on topics ranging
from botany to microbiology to pharmacology. Includes fully digital coverage
of all 49 Biological Abstracts print volumes, 1926-1968.
BIOSIS Previews® from 1926
Life sciences coverage includes journals, conferences, meetings, symposia,
workshops, review articles, US patents, books, book chapters and software reviews.
Over 19 million records include fully digital coverage of all 49 Biological
Abstracts print volumes, 1926-1968.
CAB Abstracts® from 1910
Covers every area of agricultural science, veterinary medicine, nutrition,
and natural resources from 1973. Includes pioneering literature from 1910 to
1972, all re-indexed with modern terms and fully searchable. Over 7.4 million
records are available. Produced by CABI Publishing.
Derwent Innovations IndexSM from 1963
Backfiles coverage includes over 15 million patent records in all technologies
from 41 international patent-issuing authorities.
FSTA - Food Science and Technology Abstracts® from 1969
Indexes food science and technology and food-related human nutrition research.
Includes over 800,000 records. Produced by IFIS Publishing.
Inspec® from 1898
Provides international scientific and technical literature in physics and engineering.
Includes fully digitized bibliographic records from 176 print volumes, 1898
to 1968 — the entire backfile of Science Abstracts journals, the precursor
to the Inspec database. This in-depth coverage delivers access to nearly 10.8
million records. Produced by the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
MEDLINE® from 1950
Includes biomedical, life sciences, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine
and preclinical sciences research. Provides coverage of over 17 million records.
From the U.S. National Library of Medicine® (NLM®
Zoological Record® from 1864
Zoological Record is the world’s leading taxonomic reference, and for
years has served as the unofficial register of animal names. Covers every field
in animal biology, including biodiversity, taxonomy, veterinary sciences, and
wildlife management. Includes original bibliographic and taxonomic indexing
data from 1864-1977; now digitally indexed and fully searchable, with unified
and mapped terminology. Includes over 3.5 million records.