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Molecular and Cell Biology: Other Services

How to find articles, books, conference proceedings, dissertations, protocols, data and citation management tools, and other resources in Molecular and Cell Biology.

Other library services available to UC Berkeley faculty and graduate students

Online paging

Submit requests for circulating items available at one campus library to be held for pick-up at that library or another campus library of your choice. To page materials use the Request button at the top of an item's record in OskiCat.

BAKER Delivery Service (fee-based)

Request materials in the UC Berkeley library collection to be delivered to your office or e-mail address. BAKER will place hold, recall, search, and NRLF (storage) requests on your behalf, and, if authorized, will automatically refer qualifying requests to Interlibrary Borrowing Services.

Thriving in Science

Thriving in Science
A program run by and for graduate students in the physical and life sciences to address issues graduate students encounter, and provide a peer support network.

Open Access publishing support

UC Open Access Policy

Open Access policy for scholarly articles authored or co-authored by UC faculty.

Berkeley Research Impact Initiative

The Library will subsidize article fees for publication in fully open access journals. Follow the link to see eligibility rules and restrictions.

Free or discounted Open Access options for UC Berkeley researchers

Get funding to publish Open Access and find reputable Open Access journals where you can publish without having to pay article charges.

Scholarly publishing: maximize your impact

Resources for retaining your copyright, selecting a journal, archiving in a repository, and other aspects of disseminating your scholarly work.

MCB Librarian

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Elliott Smith
Contact:
Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
esmith@library.berkeley.edu
643-6482
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