Monthly Archives: January 2016

Biomicrofluidics

This was recommended by a member of the Department of Chemistry! It’s always worthwhile doing this.

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New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : BIOMICROFLUIDICS.

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From the AIP website for the journal:

Biomicrofluidics is an online-only journal from AIP Publishing designed to rapidly disseminate research that elucidates fundamental physicochemical mechanisms associated with microfluidic, nanofluidic, and molecular/cellular biophysical phenomena in addition to novel microfluidic and nanofluidic techniques for diagnostic, medical, biological, pharmaceutical, environmental, and chemical applications. As of 2013, Biomicrofluidics is the top non-review fluid physics journal indexed by Thomson Reuters.

“Research areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Microfluidic and nanofluidic actuation (electrokinetics, acoustofluidics, optofluidics, and magnetic Hall effect devices)
  • Biophysical transport and characterization (DNA, single protein, ion channel and membrane dynamics, cell motility and communication mechanisms, electrophysiology, and patch clamping)
  • Wetting, nano-rheology, and droplet platforms (capillary wicking, surface patterning, digital droplet platforms, surface acoustic waves)
  • Molecular and bioparticle sorting, manipulation, and transfection (di/electrophoresis, magnetic beads, optical traps, electroporation)
  • Genomic and proteomic analysis (rapid gene sequencing, protein arrays, carbohydrate…

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Official Publications Online

A really comprehensive resource!

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New on eresources@cambridge & LibGuides A-Z:  Official Publications Online

Cambridge University Library now makes available the Official Publications Online resource in its entirety, on and off campus, from the Stationery Office (TSO, formerly HMSO).

Official Publications Online includes UK, Scottish, Northern Ireland and Welsh legislation, Command and House papers (including White Papers, Green Papers, Annual reports and accounts, Departmental reports, and the Treaty series), Hansard, Bills of Parliament, votes and proceedings, Select Committee Reports and Public Bill Committee Debates.  In other words, all the official publications you need in one place with no need to search through different websites.  Official Publications Online also offers:

  • PDF availability on the day of publication so that you have instant access
  • Single, comprehensive search engine across all official publications to make it easier to find the information you need
  • Customisable email alerting service and RSS feeds to keep you up to date

You can…

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New ebook category in LibrarySearch

Hopefully this helps to explain the access to these e-legal deposit books.

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Not all ebooks in LibrarySearch can be accessed from off-campus as a new category of ebooks has now been added to the catalogue – non-print legal deposit books.

ebooks in LSA message has been added to LibrarySearch records for non-print legal deposit books to explain that these titles are only available on designated PCs in the University Library and the Affiliated Libraries.

If you open the record there will be a link marked ‘View item’ after the description ‘Online’. This will not link through to full text unless you are using one of the designated PCs within the UL or Affiliated Libraries.

A list of Affiliated Libraries can be found on the Libraries Directory, here.

Any ebook record without the ‘Condition of use’ note will continue to allow members of the University of Cambridge with a valid Raven account access to full text content from off campus. You can check if…

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Duke University Press ebook collection

More ebooks available to you!

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All Duke University Press ebooks in the humanities and social sciences are now available to members of the University of Cambridge from the eDuke Books Scholarly Collection platform. Initially this access is thanks to a free trial which runs until the 31st of March 2016, but it is expected that the University Library and ebooks@cambridge will purchase access for at least another 12 months after this date.

Read 200 ebooksRecords for individual titles appear in LibrarySearch and you can search the collection by subject, author or title on the eDuke Books Scholarly Collection platform.

Access to this ebook collection is available both on and off-campus, via the authenticated links in the LibrarySearch records.If accessing from off campus you will be directed to log in with your Raven username and password.

There are currently 2,150 titles available titles, this number will grow as more books are published and added to the site on…

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OnePetro Trial

This may be of use to chemists working in the oil and gas exploration and production industry field.

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Trial access is now available for two weeks from today 11 January to 25 January 2016 to the OnePetroresource for engineers.

OnePetro is an online collection of technical documents, full text journals, and conference proceedings to support the oil and gas exploration and production industry.

Access the trial via this linkon or off campus.

Please send feedback to the Engineering Library by writing to cued-library@eng.cam.ac.uk

If you have any access or technical issue with the trial please contact the ejournals & eresources helpdesk by writing to ejournals@lib.cam.ac.uk.

Please let us know what you think about One Petro.  Thank you.

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The new helpful “LibrarySearch+ sidebar”

Try this out!

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In fact the LibrarySearch+ sidebar isn’t totally new as we’ve been experimenting with it and trialling it since late summer 2015.  We are now confident it is working smoothly after some initial queries and so before the year’s through here is a brief description of what it is and how it helps you use LibrarySearch+ to the best advantage.

What is the LibrarySearch+ sidebar? 

It’s a pane that appears on the right of your browser window when linking from certain citations you find in LS+.   In LS+ click the link, e.g. “Full Text Online” below a LS+ citation, and LS+ will open a content page.  The sidebar will appear to the right of the content, e.g. article full text.

Citation & journal information

The sidebar helpfully contains the citation that you read on a LS+ search results page.  Once you’ve clicked on a link on that results page and left…

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