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Welcome to the research guide for Physics & Astronomy! This guide will support your research in Physics, Astrophysics, Astronomy, and related fields of study.
The databases listed below are some of the most popular used by students doing research for their PHY courses. Depending on your topic, you may want to explore other resources using the tabs on the left side of the guide. Remember, you can always ask a librarian for help!
This database provides access to historical coverage of scholarly journals in a wide range of disciplines. Coverage goes back to the first issue (some as far back as the 1800s), but does not include the most recent issues (usually last 3-5 years).
An electronic publication offering access to a searchable database of reviews, abstracts and citations for much of the mathematical sciences literature.
ProQuest Central via NCLIVE
ProQuest is one of the more robust collections to which the university provides access. It covers about 16,000 magazines and journals.
Provides full-text access to thousands of core titles in the Social and Life Sciences, as well as access to the Elsevier journal collection.
Open access to the full text of nearly a million e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics.