FSTA - Food Science & Technology Abstracts
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This definitive food and beverage R&D database provides thorough coverage of pure and applied research in food science, food technology, and food-related human nutrition. IFIS is the leading international information provider and distributor of food and drink related information. IFIS produces FSTA®, an intelligence service constantly monitoring developments in the areas of food science, food technology and nutrition.
FSTA is an established, comprehensive and food science centric information resource, created by IFIS' team of expert scientists, who evaluate, hand-pick and summarise source material to create high quality records of direct relevance and high scientific integrity. FSTA collates and reports the latest developments and research findings in all sciences relevant to food, drink and nutrition. FSTA is uniquely structured to make this complete knowledge easily accessible.
International, value-added content: FSTA offers international content, including over 1 million records from more than 4,600 serial publications and patents from around the globe. Value-added abstracts are written by specialist scientists.
Integrated bibliography management: Use EndNote®, fully integrated and freely available to any FSTA on Web of Science user, to easily access and organize your references online. Send references to EndNote as you search, share EndNote folders with others, store references online between search sessions.
A full range of disciplines: FSTA offers insights into a wide range of food-related disciplines, such as biotechnology, food safety, food science, functional and novel foods, additives, nutrition, and packaging.
Specialized indexing: Use the FSTA Thesaurus for more accurate retrieval. This collection of more than 10,000 keywords continually adds terms to keep pace with new technologies.
Full-text links: Directly access publishers' full-text articles.
Alerting and RSS feeds: Keep up to date with the information that matters to you by saving general, cited reference and chemical structure searches as email alerts. Or set up RSS feeds for saved searches.