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Web of Science
Provides access to citation indexes on a variety of science-based topics and subtopics, including bioengineering.
A comprehensive database offering access information in the fields of applied science and engineering. Contains citations and abstracts to scientific and technical engineering journals and conference proceedings.
Contains over 26 million citations for biomedical literature, life science journals, and online books. Offers links to fill-text content.
Searches through collections of biomedical journals, books, technical reports, and information sheets.
ASME Digital Library
Contains access to journals published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineering, which includes the sub topic of Bioengineering.
A databases consisting of science and engineering ebooks, data handbooks, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other reference materials.
Encompasses multiple engineering disciplines, including bioengineering. Includes journal articles, technical papers, and conference proceedings.
Contains access to current standards in IEEE and engineering fields. Also provides access to journals and magazines in the field.
Science Reference Center
Contains monographs, journals and magazines, and reference works on scientific topics, including bioengineering
SPIE Digital Library
Provides access to technical papers on optics, photonics, and imaging.
Boolean Logic allows you to combine keywords to make a search more precise. The three terms are: AND, OR, NOT.
AND - Narrows a search
Example: electromagnetic radiation AND brain: Retrieves articles with both electromagnetic radiation and the brain.
OR - Expands a search
Example: electromagnetic radiation OR x-ray: Retrieves articles with just electromagnetic radiation, just x-ray, and articles with both electromagnetic radiation and x-ray.
NOT - Removes a term from a search
Example: electromagnetic radiation NOT x-ray: Retrieves articles with electromagnetic radiation, but remove all articles with any mention of x-ray. Use NOT sparingly because you often lose many useful articles.