SciFinder and SciFinder-n, produced by the Chemical Abstract Service, are the most comprehensive databases for chemical literature. SciFinder is the classic platform, and SciFinder-n is the new, redesigned platform. We have access to both at the moment. Both have editors to draw and search for structures. Users must create a sign-in using their @ucsc.edu email accounts. The same login will work for either SciFinder or SciFinder-n.
For medical articles - this is the place to go. For the most up-to-date access to peer-reviewed articles on an incredible variety of biomedical topics, including medical research, genetics, bioinformatics, physiology, oncology, nursing and more. If you don't see the UC E-Links button in the Abstract display, you are not in the customized UC version!
Citations and abstracts to journal articles in the life sciences. Very interdisciplinary within biology, including biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, and ocean sciences. You can search BIOSIS Citation Index and Web of Science at the same time. Choose the All Databases tab.
Database covering many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, and online repositories. Use Eduroam (on campus), or the VPN (off-campus) to access full-text of UCSC subscribed content.