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Comprises more than 34 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
Covering the period 1830-1865, approximately 15,000 articles, correspondence, manuscripts, etc.and literary works of almost 300 Black abolitionists documenting the impact of African American activism against slavery.
Includes scholarly essays, recent periodicals, historical newspaper articles, reference books; includes The Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience, Index to Black Periodicals Full Text, Black Literature Index, and the Chicago Defender historical newspaper from 1912-1975.
CAB Direct is the most thorough and extensive source of reference in the applied life sciences, incorporating the leading bibliographic databases CAB Abstracts and Global Health. CAB Direct provides a convenient, single point of access to all of your CABI database subscriptions.
Access to the following collections: Global Health Archive, Global Health, CABI Full Text, CAB eBooks Front File (2017 - present), CAB eBooks Archive (2014 - 2016), CAB eBooks Archive (2017-2019), eBook Choice 2020 Collections, CAB eBook Archive (2000 - 2006), CAB eBook Archive (2007 - 2013), eBook choice 2021 Collection (CHCU3).
The King James Bible Online website is the online version of the King James Bible— the most printed and widely distributed work in history (Source: U.S. Congress). The website features the standard King James Version (Cambridge edition), along with the original 1611 edition in early modern English.
Statistical data on more than 7,000 peer-reviewed science and social science journals, enabling researchers to identify journals in which to publish and journals relevant to their research. Content from 2000 - present.
The DLD dictionary project has high aims: to present new techniques of research for consulting dictionaries and various lexica, both modern and ancient. The project covers both single-language dictionaries and multilingual ones. Further, it links the dictionaries to databases of texts and tools for analysing them.
Virtual exhibits from the Reynolds-Finley Historical Library. The virtual exhibits include the following: Turning the Pages; In Memoriam; Narrations of ENT: The Dennis G. Pappas History of Otolaryngology Exhibit; Halloween: A Spooky Tour; Witchcraft, Women and the Healing Arts in the Early Modern Period; Monsters, Marvels and Mythical Beasts; Transactions of the Southern Surgical Association; William Osler Letters; The Life and Letters of Florence Nightingale; Civil War Medical Figures; Medical Greats; Pellagra in Alabama.
Science of Synthesis provides critical reviews on synthetic methodology in organic and organometallic chemistry. SOS is the largest collection of evaluated organic synthetic methods available worldwide. It is organized systematically and logically based on the product, specifically the main functional group being made.
Comprehensive coverage of chemical references, substances, reactions and suppliers. Includes access to Chemical Abstracts, MEDLINE, CAS Registry, CASREACTS, CHEMCATS, MethodsNow, and PatentPak. New features are retrosynthesis planning, citation maps, and ChemDoodle.
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From its inception in 1942, the “Sources Chrétiennes” series (based in Lyon and published by Éditions du Cerf in Paris) has provided critical editions of texts from the first 1,400 years of the Church, accompanied by a French translation as well as an introduction and notes. More precisely, the series consists of editions-with-translations of Christian texts in Greek and Latin, but also in oriental languages, such as Syriac, Armenian and Georgian.
Alternate Name(s):Sefaria: A Living Library of Torah
Sefaria is home to 3,000 years of Jewish texts. We are a non-profit organization offering free access to texts, translations, and commentaries so that everyone can participate in the ongoing process of studying, interpreting, and creating Torah.