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Key Food Science and Nutrition Databases

Arrow Web of Science Click for more information View a demonstration.
Excellent research tool for all areas of food science & nutrition. Its citation and related records linking is particularly powerful. Includes:

Arrow Google Scholar Click for more information View a demonstration.
Multidisciplinary Google search engine for scholarly articles and books. Includes citation linking, and full-text searching of many publications.

Arrow Discover Click for more information View a demonstration.
A Google-style search of selected journal article databases, ebooks, Massey Research Online, and other resources.

Arrow PubMed Click for more information
The free public version of MEDLINE.

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content New Zealand Science Click for more information
A comprehensive index of New Zealand science provided by the Crown Research Institutes, Conservation Department and the Royal Society of New Zealand.

Other Databases Recommended for Food Science and Nutrition

Arrow SciFinder-N Click for more information
Note:  SciFinder-N requires mandatory registration before first login (your Massey email address is required).
Includes Chemical Abstracts and MEDLINE. This database has strong coverage of food chemistry, processing and nutrition. Allows for searching by chemical substances, reactions or structures and citation linking.

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Arrow Scopus Click for more information View a demonstration.
Extensive multidisciplinary database with a strong science and technology component. Includes citation linking and analysis, MEDLINE coverage, global patents coverage and high quality web resources. Scopus is an invaluable research tool.

Arrow Passport  Click for more information View a Demonstration.
Interactive database of top level market data, statistics and reports on products, industries and consumers and companies. Global coverage. 




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