Here you can find databases licensed for the WZB and other electronic
For information on WZB licensed and freely accessible databases please visit DBIS, the "Database Information System" of the University Library of Regensburg. Information on DBIS holdings in general can be found here. (german only)
- German-wide access provided by the DFG
Research area: Natural Sciences / Technology, Medicine / Healthcare Language: English Period: 1926 - 2004This database contains: Biological Abstracts Archive, 1926-1968 Biological Abstracts, 1969-2004 References to articles from approximately 6,500 periodicals in the fields of biology, botany, medicine, pharmacology, microbiology, ecology, parasitology, toxicology, and environmental sciences. BIOSIS Previews Archive, 1926-1968 BIOSIS Previews, 1969-2004 BIOSIS Previews contains the references of journal articles and references to conference reports, books, dissertations, and gray literature. The collection comprises more than 3.5 million bibliographical entries, generally with abstracts.
Book citation index / scienceWeb of science
Research area: Mathematics / Computer Science, Medicine / Healthcare, Natural Sciences / Technology Language: English Period: 2005 -The Book Citation Index contains over 40,000 (as per 2013) editorially selected scientific books (online and print editions) published since 2005 in a wide range of disciplines. 10,000 new titles are to be added each year, including volumes published as a series. As a module in the Web of Science Core Collection, the Book Citation Index adds over 13.5 million references to that collection. Among other things, it allows users to search for comprehensive bibliographic information and to display the accurate numbering of citations (in journals, conference papers, and books).
Conference proceedings citation index /scienceWeb of science
Research area: Mathematics / Computer Science, Natural Sciences / Technology, Medicine / Healthcare Language: English Period: 1990 -Covers the proceedings of conferences, symposiums, seminars, workshops, and congresses worldwide. The "Cited Reference Search" tool allows users to identify the conference proceedings that were cited most frequently.