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A Library guide for Biological, Chemical, Forensic, and Analytical Sciences


Welcome to the subject guide for Biological, Chemical, Forensic, and Analytical Sciences.      drawing of scientist in white lab coat reading a book at a desk with a TV monitor, books and test tubes on shelves

Are you looking for the latest information on resources? Here you will find details of the resources we provide access to in your subject area, pointers to other useful sources of information, and where to go for further help and support.

Recent book purchases

These titles have recently been added to the University of Huddersfield library collection:

Specialist eBook collections

Specialist journals databases

Add to the results you've identified on Summon by using these specialist journal databases to find quality articles for your assignments. The following databases provide details of relevant journal articles (usually including an abstract) and in some cases may also provide a link to the article itself.

For a full list of databases see our A-Z list of electronic resources.

For a list of the journals we have full-text access to see our A-Z list of journals.


Nature is ranked as the most highly cited interdisciplinary scientific journal in the world. Articles published in Nature from 1997 onwards are available via Summon, but if you want to access the most recent issue you should visit the Nature website.

Either browse content by date of publication, or use the 'advanced search' to ensure you are viewing articles which appear in Nature (we don't subscribe to the other titles from Nature Publishing Group)

Printed volumes of Nature (from 1895-2006) are available in the rolling shelves on floor 5 of the Library.

Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) referencing

The University of Huddersfield use the APA 7th style for referencing. If you are taking Chemical Sciences, you may be asked to reference in the RSC style. This is the official document from the Royal Society of Chemistry website:

Please ask your lecturers for more information about this as the library and academic skills tutors will be unable to advise you.

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