Within college the following resources may be accessed simply by clicking on the link. If you are accessing these resources from home you will be asked for your college network username and password, (the ones you use when logging onto a computer in college).

Infotrac
A one-stop source for news and periodical articles on a wide range of topics.

JSTOR
A digital library that gives you access to more than 10 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources on a wide range of subjects.

Science Reference Center
A great one-stop source of information and includes a subject area for earth sciences. Provides useful articles on topics such as earth processes, earthquakes, environmental issues, rivers etc.

New Scientist (available through the Science Reference Center)
New Scientist is a weekly science and technology news magazine including information on space, technology, the environment, health, life and science in society.

Anatomy TV
Detailed and medically accurate 3-D models of human anatomy for students, educators and health care practitioners. Interact with anatomy by rotating models, peeling away layers and reconstructing them back to their original structure.

*Due to copyright regulations clicking on the links below will take you to the Library Moodle pages where you will find information on the usernames and passwords needed to access these resources. When you have clicked on the link you will be asked to login to the Moodle page using your college network username and password, (the ones you use when logging onto a computer in college).

Biological Sciences Review
Edited by an expert team at the University of Manchester, Biological Sciences Review is the best way to keep in touch with what leading biologists have to say and recent research in the field.

Chemistry Review
Written by a team of subject experts, Chemistry Review will help you keep up to date with Chemistry in the world today. With grade-boosting advice from real examiners, this is a must-read.

Physics Review
Read Physics Review for the latest articles on how physics works, perfect for applying theory to the real world. Includes grade boosting advice from examiners and much more.