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IOP Announces "Cited By" Tool

"The Institute of Physics (IOP) HyperCite® technology provides links from articles listed on the Articles Citing this Article page to their abstracts. These links are available to citing articles from IOP, The American Physical Society, NASA's Astrophysics Data System (ADS) and other publishers participating in CrossRef's Forward Linking service.

Each citing article available from Institute of Physics Publishing's archive will include a hyperlink labelled "IOP Article". This link will take you to the abstract page for the citing article where you will also be able to access its full text (dependent on subscription status) and, if applicable, its lists of references and citing articles, allowing you to explore further."

Links to References are also available, which shows a list of articles cited by the currently selected paper.

More information is available at: Help: HyperCite®

Subscribed E-Journals

Open Access Journals

Added 3/30/05

Two New Statistics E-Journals

Two journals published by the American Statistical Association are now available in full text:

See also: Boulder Labs Library Electronic Journal List

Added 3/21/05

GlobalSpec: The Engineering Search Engine

GlobalSpec logo
"The definitive search platform for the engineering community."

GlobalSpec ( searches more than 144 million engineering and technical Web pages. "The engineering community regularly uses GlobalSpec as its number one online destination to locate products and services, learn about suppliers, and access comprehensive technical content on standards, patents, specifications, designs, application notes and more. GlobalSpec's trademarked search technology, SpecSearch®, lets users search by detailed product specification the world's largest parametrically searchable database of technical products, components and services, and related industrial catalogs in an online format. GlobalSpec's unique competency - understanding engineers' search needs - ensures only relevant information is delivered."

Added 3/14/05

Science Express Articles

Now View Pre-Press Science Articles

"Science Express is a new feature of Science and Science Online, produced in cooperation with HighWire Press, that provides rapid electronic publication of selected research papers and Perspectives that have recently been accepted for publication in Science. Science Express papers are published online on the same weekly schedule as Science Online in PDF format within 2 weeks of acceptance, typically 4 to 6 weeks before they would appear in print. Science Express papers are considered to be published on the day they are posted and are citable. The online publication date will appear in the print version of the paper."

Science Express Logo Added 3/10/05

ILLiad's 5000th Request Winner

Carol Gocke and Marcia Huber

Carol Gocke (left), former Reference & Interlibrary Loan Librarian, presenting prize (shown below) to Marcia Huber


Marcia Huber, of NIST's Physical and Chemical Properties Division, made the 5000th ILLiad document request and became the lucky winner of an Institute of Physics blinking magnet (More on blinking magnets).

ILLiad has been our document request system since November 2003 and provides many benefits including:

  • Online Submission For All Requests (Interlibrary Loan and In-House)
  • Current Request Status
  • Email Notifications & Overdues
  • PDF Article Delivery (when available)
  • Past Requests Submitted Via ILLiad
  • Personal Information Submitted Only During Registration (Once registered, ILLiad will automatically enter your contact information into your requests)

First time users need to complete the online registration form. During the registration process you will be asked for an ID Number. This is the same ID Number you use to access the "Your Info" area of our Catalog. If you do not know your ID Number, please call x3271.

Maybe you'll be our next lucky winner for the 10,000th request!

Added 3/2/05

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