March Feature: Science Sources

Whether your research is in biology, chemistry, computer science, earth sciences, electrical engineering, medicine, or physics, the Library is chock-full of science article databases and science e-journal packages. Science research is now so much easier with all the online resources.

Here are some ideas for your research. You can also look at all the complete list of the Library’s science databases. UWW users can login with their netIDs when off-campus.

All Sciences

ScienceDirect College Edition

  • ScienceDirect – 1,500 fulltext ejournals in life sciences, physical sciences and social and behavioral sciences
  • Web of Science – Access the world’s leading scholarly literature in the sciences; find out who cites whom


  • Biological Abstracts – covers thousands of journals in biology and the life sciences
  • BioOne – fulltext articles from biology and environmental journals


Computer Science and Engineering

Earth and Environmental Sciences

  • Environment Complete – contains almost 2 million records relating to the environment
  • GeoRef (restricted to 1 user at a time) – geology and geophysics journals
  • GEOBASE – geology, geography, and ecology articles

Health, Medicine, and Sports


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