NIST Resources for Boulder Labs


Accessing NIST Resources

Make sure you are using a NIST computer that is within the NIST IP range. You can access our resources directly from Google Scholar searches. If full-text is available, you will see “Full-Text @ NIST Library” to the right of the citation. Citation indexes that we subscribe to, such as Web of Science, will also link to full text. You can access resources from the NIST Library homepage in several ways.

Nist Research Library

eBook Collections

  • Wiley Online Library: Access to thousands of Wiley Online Books in areas of Business, Chemistry, Medicine, Engineering and more
  • IEEE-Wiley Collection (2010-2020): Perpetual access to the IEEE Wiley-published e-book collection. Areas of Aerospace, Bioengineering, Communication, Networking and Broadcast Technologies, Components, Circuits, Devices and Systems, Computing and Processing, Engineered Materials, Dielectrics and Plasmas; Engineering Profession; Fields, Waves and Electromagnetics; General Topics for Engineers; Geoscience; Nuclear Engineering; Photonics and Electroptics; Power, Energy and Industry Applications; Robotics and Control Systems; Signal Processing and Analysis; and Transportation
  • Royal Society of Chemistry: 1600+ eBooks in Analytical, Bioscience, Energy & Environmental, Food Science, Industrial & Pharmaceutical, Materials & Nan-science, Organic, Physical; unlimited access and usage; downloads can be saved in multiple formats; subscribe to email alerts; specialist periodic reports and conference proceedings
  • CRCnetBASE
  • Springer
  • Knovel: Areas of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Electronics & Semiconductors, Mechanics & Mechanical Engineering, Metals & Metallurgy, Nondestructive Testing & Evaluation



For a complete list of journals visit

Publishing at NIST

Are you wondering what you must do to publish a paper, data, or software? Visit NIST’s Open Access to Research (OAR) webpage on the NIST intranet. Highlights from the OAR webpage include:

NIST Research Library

The NIST Research Library in Gaithersburg is the publisher of the NIST Technical Series and the Journal of Research of NIST (JRes). Instructions for publishing your NIST Technical Report or submitting a manuscript to the JRes can be found at the Library’s Publishing Support page:

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