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10 things every Berkeley bioscience researcher should know: Home

Every Berkeley Life & Natural Sciences Researcher Should Know

10 things every Berkeley bioscience researcher should know:

1. Finding articles

Some key databases:

A guide to databases by subject scope:

Finding the full text of an article from a citation:

 

2. Finding journals, books, reports, conference proceedings, and more

 

3. Getting articles, books and other materials to which UC Berkeley doesn't have access

 

4. Finding papers that cite a key reference

 

5. Keeping current in your field

 

6. Connecting from off-campus

 

7. Saving, organizing, and citing your references

 

8. Borrowing laptops and other equipment from the library

 

 

9. Support your data

 

10. Maximizing your impact

 

Bonus: Contacting your librarian for help

Help

For help, please contact:

Marian Koshland Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library
bios@library.berkeley.edu
(510) 642-0456