This guide provides links to research information sources for Chemistry.
If you are starting research project or a dissertation, you will need to find information about previous publications in your research field. Click on each tab above to discover what is available for your research.
Follow links from this guide to electronic publications, or search SOLO Discovery Platform to find rich collections of electronic and printed material in one place. Follow links to display full-text electronic articles, conference material, database abstracts, and printed collections of books and journals. SOLO also include links to Oxford Research Archive, where doctoral dissertations, and recent publications can be found.
The Radcliffe Science Library
provides extensive collections
of printed materials and
electronic resources for science.
RSL is one of the main research libraries, part of the Bodleian Libraries at Oxford.
Visit our web site to learn about library services, reading rooms, computer facilities, consultations,
research support, and training courses.
Research Information Training HT and TT 2017 courses are organised by subject librarians and they include: Research Impact and Open Access, Finding Research Information, Reference Management, Patent information, etc. Training program can be found at Radcliffe Science Library website www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/training
Finding Research Information courses and consultations are also offered in HT and TT2017, and they cover information about subject specific extensive research collections available at University of Oxford, how to find information, search and export results to reference software, and how to obtain full-text documents.
For more information contact your subject librarian
Ljilja Ristic MScChem PGLIS, Physical Sciences Librarian and Subject Consultant (Chemistry)
Radcliffe Science Library, E-mail: email@example.com