Researching in the Sciences (videos)
ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication
This online style guide resource provides students, researchers, educators and librarians with the instruction and advice they need to master the art of scholarly communication (publications, presentations, data conventions and communicating with the public).
Author's Guide for submitting an article to the ACS journal Analytical Chemistry
MLA Formatting and Style Guide (online)
Write Like a Chemist (online book)
In this guide you will find information on finding articles, scientific websites, popular information sources, writing resources, a library catalog search box, "citation builder" tool and other library resources.
These sources are not scholarly, but may give you a good idea of current research trends and topics.
|Discover Magazine||Popular Mechanics|
|The Economist||Popular Science|
|National Geographic||Scientific American|
|National Science Foundation - Discoveries||Science News|
|New Scientist||Time Magazine|
|The New York Times - Science (register for access)||US News and World Report|
|NPR Science News||Washington Post|
If an article search indicates we don't have an item:
1) Click the button.
2) If available, click an article link, if not, click the journal link.
3) Can't find it? Request it from another library through Interlibrary Loan.