Category Archives: pharmacy & pharmacology

Beware email ‘phishing’ attempts

University of Bath students and staff may be targeted by ‘phishing’ attacks – emails pretending to come from the Library, IT services or other university professional services. We’d like to remind all users of the official advice offered by the … Continue reading

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Step-by-step guide to conducting a Systematic Review

Anyone who’s conducted a systematic review will know that this involves a lot more than “simply” summarising and evaluating a range of literature on a topic.  The whole process can be very prescribed, structured and somewhat daunting!  So, to help … Continue reading

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Celebrating British Science Week 2019

British Science Week is a week-long celebration of sciences, with various events taking place all around the country (and the University!). To mark the occasion, we have put together a display featuring a selection of titles from our ‘popular science’ … Continue reading

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While You Were Away… 2018

A lot has happened in the Library since the end of Semester 2 and the Summer break. We recently posted about the Library’s new physical and digital spaces, but even more changes have been afoot: New look Library catalogue On … Continue reading

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Springer protocols collection upgraded to include content from 2013

The library has upgraded the Springer Protocols collection to include content from 2013 onwards. This means that you can now access the complete Springer protocols collection from 1980 onwards. Access from Springer Protocols Please note: access will soon be available via the Library catalogue … Continue reading

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Sage Research Methods: new case studies

The Library has enhanced its subscription to the database, Sage Research Methods.  The database provides a wide range of ebooks and videos on the subject of research methodologies and its coverage has now been extended to also include a collection of “case studies“.  The database describes the value … Continue reading

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Trial of Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry

We have trial access to Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry until 22nd August 2014. It will appear when you access Reaxys in the usual way, or go to: https://www.reaxys.com Click the ‘Medicinal Chemistry’ box to see what you can search for… “data … Continue reading

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