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Current Database Trials

The Library regularly arranges trials of new databases. Have a look at any of the current trials that are of interest to you and let us know what you think. Your feedback is appreciated.

JoVE Journal Engineering

Description: Includes research methods and protocols for mechanical, electrical, materials, and chemical engineering applications.

Topics include: Device fabrication, electronic systems, optics and photonics, applied mechanics, materials science and advanced manufacturing.

Trial ends 10 October 2018
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JoVE Journal Neuroscience

Description: Includes methods and techniques for studying the brain and nervous system; also featuring potential treatments for neurological conditions and diseases.

Topics include: Cellular and molecular neurobiology, systems neuroscience, development and neural plasticity, neurobiology of disease, electrophysiology, neurogenesis and neural stem cells, neurosurgery and neuroimaging, spinal cord injury models, neurotransmitters and neural cell signalling

Trial ends 10 October 2018
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Science Education Essentials of Neuroscience

Description: This collection provides an introduction to the field of neuroscience, exploring five major branches of study: neurophysiology; neuroanatomy; cell and molecular neuroscience; behavioural neuroscience and developmental neuroscience.

Trial ends 10 October 2018
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Science Education Essentials of Materials Engineering

Description: This collection features cutting-edge methods for analysis and characterization of materials, and introduces a range of advanced materials and processes for new technologies and applications.

Trial ends 10 October 2018
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Science Education Essentials of Biomedical Engineering

Description: This collection describes the central concepts in biomedical engineering with a focus on imaging techniques to visualize and detect medical conditions, methods to quantify biomechanical strain, and computational modelling to simulate blood flow.

Trial ends 10 October 2018
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