New Databases from Thomson-Reuters!
Data Citation Index - http://www.library.unh.edu/scripts/redirect.php?dbase=694 Connects digital research to powerful new discovery tools, giving researchers the ability to quickly and easily identify and access the most relevant digital research.
Derwent Innovation Index - http://www.library.unh.edu/scripts/redirect.php?dbase=695 Value-added patent information from Derwent World Patent Index® as well as patent citation information from Patents Citation Index®.
Book Citation Index (Science Edition) http://www.library.unh.edu/scripts/redirect.php?dbase=696 provides researchers with access to the citation network between books and the wider world of scholarly and scientific research, allowing them to measure the contribution of books in specific disciplines and identify potential collaborators.
Current Chemical Reactions - http://www.library.unh.edu/scripts/redirect.php?dbase=697 Current Chemical Reactions® delivers the latest synthetic methods reported in over 100 of the world's leading organic chemistry journals. Each reaction provides complete reaction diagrams,critical conditions, bibliographic data, and author abstracts.
Index Chemicus - http://www.library.unh.edu/scripts/redirect.php?dbase=698 Covering more than 100 of the world's leading organic chemistry journals, Index Chemicus® is text- and substructure-searchable, and offers full graphical summaries, important reaction diagrams, and complete bibliographic information.
Conference Proceedings Citation Index Science - http://www.library.unh.edu/scripts/redirect.php?dbase=702 helps researchers access the published literature from the most significant conferences, symposia, seminars, colloquia, workshops, and conventions worldwide in the sciences...
[Information from: Thomson-Reuters databases and the UNH Library]
The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) has created iCn3D 1.0 ("I see in 3D"), a new WebGL-based viewer for interactive viewing of 3D macromolecular structures and chemicals on the web. Users no longer need to install a separate application to view structures. With iCn3D 1.0, users can:
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