We can access Nature Nano during a trial period until 31 January 2018.
Nano is a one-stop research solution providing access to nanoscience data and summaries coming from patents and nano-related journals across publishers. It provides highly indexed and structured information related to nanomaterials and devices in over 270,000 curated profiles.
Gain fast insight into nanomaterial data with summaries of relevant parameters like structure, size, composition, properties, synthesis methods/preparation, characterization methods and more.
We can access Global-Regulation.com during a trial period until 31 March 2018.
It is the largest search engine of legislation from around the world, providing access to more than 1.5 million laws and regulations from 78 countries. It contains more than 250.000 technical standards from over 100 world-leading standard-setting organizations.
The resource uses machine translation to translate legislation from non-English speaking countries to English.
The interactive online workshop will help you to apply this multidisciplinary database for your research.
Introduction to the Web of Science:
- Tue, October 25 – 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Attendance is free of charge for staff and guests of the Max Planck Society, but online registration is required. Find more details on content and registration at
The online workshops are offered by the Scientific Information Retrieval Services for the Biology & Medicine Section of the Max Planck Society.
Curious about Scopus?
October 6th, 2016 –
10.30 am – 12.00 pm New time: 2 pm
FHI Library (Building A)
Scopus is one of the largest abstract and citation databases of peer-reviewed literature. This course shows you how Scopus can support you to keep track of what’s happening in your research world and identify new trends and white spots to inspire your next research ideas.
Bring your own laptop with you!
If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.
From now on we have access to ChemZent available as a new solution in SciFinder.
ChemZent provides access to the first and only indexed, English-searchable version of Chemisches Zentralblatt. Chemisches Zentralblatt is the oldest journal of chemistry abstracts and covers literature from 1830-1969.
See press release at http://www.cas.org/news/media-releases/cas-launch-chemzent