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Inspec®, produced by The Institution of Engineering and Technology*, is a comprehensive index to literature in physics, electrical/electronic technology, computing, control engineering, information technology, manufacturing, production and mechanical engineering. Updated weekly, Inspec provides data from journals, conferences and other sources including books, reports, dissertations and videos.
*The Institution of Engineering and Technology is registered as a Charity in England & Wales (no 211014) and Scotland (no SC038698).
A full range of disciplines: Inspec provides a comprehensive index to the literature in physics, electrical/electronic engineering, computing, control engineering, information technology, manufacturing, production and mechanical engineering with significant coverage in areas such as materials science, oceanography, nuclear engineering, geophysics, biomedical engineering, biophysics and nanotechnology.
Comprehensive, varied content: Inspec delivers more than 14 million bibliographic records from publications worldwide, including over 5,000 scientific and technical journals, conferences and other sources including books, reports, dissertations and videos.
Specialized indexing: Use specialized indexing for more accurate retrieval, including Controlled and Uncontrolled Index Terms, Thesaurus Terms and Classification Code Indexes, Treatment Codes; and Chemical Substance, Numerical Data, and Astronomical Object Indexing.
Integrated bibliography management: Use EndNote® online, fully integrated and freely available to any Inspec on Web of Science™ user, to easily access and organize your references online. Send references to EndNote online as you search, share EndNote online folders with others, store references online between search sessions.
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.
Implementation of International Patent Codes (IPC) for Inspec records. This valuable tool for the prior art searcher, allows the ready clustering of relevant non-patent literature within the same familiar code structure used for patents.