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The five resources in this box were the most viewed on this Guide in Semester 2, 2020. This does not necessarily mean that they will be the most useful resources, but may provide a helpful place to start.
Allows you to search for articles in journals published by Nature Publishing Group.
Key Resources for Biology and Environmental Sciences
The following databases contain a variety of material, including journal articles, for your specific subject area. The brief descriptions beneath the titles will explain what each hold. To access, click on the title.
Recordings of music, drama and literature, spoken word, wildlife and environmental sounds. You will need to select log in via your home institution, then select University of Sussex from the dropdown list.
Maps and map data of Great Britain from the Ordnance Survey Data Collection. Registration required. You will need to select log in via UK Federation, then select University of Sussex from the dropdown list.
You can now look for Kanopy films using Library Search. The benefit of this is that it will also search across our other film collections, to make sure that you don't miss out. Simply enter your search terms and select 'Video' from the drop down list at the end of the Library Search bar.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, we have been granted free temporary access to the SIAM Epidemiology Collection, which contains content on epidemiology, disease modeling, pandemics and vaccines.
Access is avaialble until 31/12/2020
Combines the world’s largest collection of life sciences and bio-medicine protocols with advanced search functionality. Primarily for the life sciences, provides sets of instructions allowing scientists to recreate experiments.
A 3D interactive anatomy visualization and education tool allowing students, faculty, clinicians or research scientists to explore the human body from head to toe via thousands of interactive anatomical structures.