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Biomedical Engineering: e-Resources

Resources for getting started doing research in Biomedical Engineering science

Through the Library portal, you can get access to the articles that are not available in full-text in other online sources like Google Scholar. 

Using our databases will help you find reliable information from trusted sources day and night.

The library resources can be accessed on and off-campus, you will be asked to log in with your NU credentials, the same that you use for other university systems.

If the full-text is not available you can avail of Interlibrary Loan service to request a copy.

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Search e-Resources

Use EBSCO Discovery Service to search most of the library's resources in a single step:

 

EBSCO Discovery Service
Limit Your Results
  • Keyword Search is "default" search. Keyword searching is usually less precise, but more flexible than subject searching. Particularly useful for new topics, and for combining two or more ideas.
  • Subject searching looks for words in the Subject field. Subject searching is a good strategy for topics that are well-defined, and have a lot written about them
  • Access more specific search options through Advanced search. Useful when you want to target a search to a type of content or to a specific discipline.
  • Omit all punctuation marks.
  • Refine Search results by filters on the left side of the page (Full text, language, date, type etc.)
  • Use PDF/HTML full text or Open Full text links in order to read/download the articles.
  • If there are no copies or the full text is not available:
  • The guide below will help you to navigate to the different features of EBSCO Discovery Service: advanced search, filters,  control over the results, account settings

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