The Experiments platform provides accees to the content from SpringerProtocols, Nature Methods, Nature Protocols and Protocol Exchange through a single easy-to-use platform. It is the largest available collection of reproducible laboratory protocols and methods for the life sciences.
A new series of SciFinder Online Workshops are starting next week:
Mon, June 11 – Text Searching – 11am
Tue, June 12 – Structure & Reaction Searching – 11am
Wed, June 13 – Biomaterial Searching – 11am
Wed, June 13 – Polymer Searching & New Materials Searching – 2pm
All workshops last 60 minutes. Attendance is free of charge for staff and guests of the Max Planck Society, but online registration is required.
Find more details on schedule and registration at
Some new features has been added to the Web of Science (WoS) in the March release:
- New Visualizations: Get visual and tabular results via Analyze Results
- WoS Core Collection links to associated data that have been indexed in the Data Citation Index
- New sorting options for Cited Reference Searching
- Now Full Record page includes the first 30 Cited References
Find out more in this video:
Clarivate Analytics has launched a new index for the Web of Science: the Emerging Sources Citation Index.
It includes high-quality, peer-reviewed publications of regional importance and in emerging scientific fields. Journals in ESCI are considered for inclusion in other Web of Science collections.
Nature Nano Workshop
How Nature Indexing Helps You Find Nanotechnology Literature and Data Efficiently
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 – 11 am Tuesday, 20 March 2018 – 11 am
Building A, Library
nano.nature.com known as Nano was launched on 15 June 2016 as a non-journal type product under the Nature Research portfolio. It aims to provide highly indexed and structured information related to nanotechnology, including materials, properties, applications and preparation methods, derived from peer-reviewed journals at the article level and in manually curated nanomaterial summaries that compile data from multiple sources.
This talk will illustrate how Nano can aid nanotechnology research communities to obtain fast and precise insights into the wealth of nanotechnology based scholarly knowledge via use case scenarios and provide the latest developments.
Simone Bartel (Database Research Group, Springer Nature)
If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.