Selected Internet Resources for Physics Graduates' Toolbox:
Beta version of a search engine for ArXiV eprints produced by IOP publications: free and innovative e-print service. Based on the popular arXiv.org service based at Cornell University Library, eprintweb.org offers additional choice for users by simplifying the search for scientific research through improved design, navigation, searching and personalization including setting up research alerts. Coverage currently is 1993-present.
- Scirus Advanced Search
Scirus returns results from the whole Web, including access-controlled sites that other search engines don't index. Scirus currently covers over 250 million science-related Web pages; Science-specific search engine with access to citations and abstracts found in ArXiv, IOP, Scitation, PubMed, and ScienceDirect among many other special sources. Query language found at HELP. Except for PubMed, the full-text of documents is searchable. Refinement of keyword search helped with clustering of subjects. Field searching. Citations and abstracts (when available) with full-text access depending on Brown University Library's subscriptions.
- Scitation/SPIN Advance Search
Journal hosting platform including AIP and APS titles among others. Search option should be Scitation+SPIN to get as complete coverage in dates as possible. Query language found at HELP. Citations and abstracts (when available) with full-text access depending on Brown University Library's subscriptions.
- Manage Your Citations
This page from Brown University Library defines plagiarism according to the Brown Academic Code and introduces bibliographic software (EndNote or RefWorks or Zotero) used to upload, save, organize, and download citations for a research paper.
- Wrting Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students
These guidelines for engineering writing and scientific writing are designed to help students communicate their technical work. To that end, these guidelines contain advice, models, and exercises for common writing and speaking assignments in engineering and science.