Use this guide to search selected library resources for books, ebooks, articles, conference proceedings, patents, properties, news, and tools. Current UCB faculty, students, staff and patrons in the library, have access to licensed resources. Bioscience Top Ten List. Contact us if you have difficulty finding or accessing library resources. Use the Recommend a title form for purchase suggestions.
Visit the Bioscience & Natural Resources Library web site for more resources.
Off-campus access to licensed resources is limited to current UCB faculty, staff and students.
Use the Proxy Server to access licensed resources after authenticating as a Berkeley student, faculty or staff member. You must configure your web browser. Proxy resources: Proxy Server FAQ. iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch setup instructions.
Virtual Private Network (VPN) will establish a "tunnel" to our campus network, allow access a broader variety of licensed resources.
Research and analyze a particular medical therapy and particular adverse event.
Biodiversity Heritage Library: consortium of the world's largest natural history libraries, includes digitized content.
BiologyBrowser: free biological databases, identification keys, and more.
Understanding Evolution: project of the University of California Museum of Paleontology and the National Center for Science Education.
UC Berkeley faculty, students and staff:
Interlibrary borrowing: obtain materials from other institutions; view My ILL Requests*
Research Library Cooperative Program (RLCP): Borrow materials from Stanford and UT Austin. Check RLCP website for eligibility.
Baker Document Delivery is a fee based Document Delivery Service for UCB faculty, staff, graduate students, and UCOP staff with current UCB library cards. To use Baker you must have a Baker account (see below).
Copyright information: UC Berkeley, UC system-wide
Non-UC Berkeley users and institutions:
Interlibrary lending of original material: provides access to the holdings of the UC Berkeley Libraries to institutional borrowers in the United States and Canada.
Photoduplication services: provides access to the holdings of the UC Berkeley Libraries to institutions and the general public.
Special Library Access document delivery services: provides access to the resources of the UC Berkeley Libraries for libraries, information centers, corporations, and other organizations on a subscriber basis.