An index to Japanese journal articles from approximately 14,000 journal titles totalling 5.2 million records. It covers academic and general journal titles in the natural and social sciences, the humanities, and literature.
Maisaku is the online version of the Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shinbun. It consists of several functions: 1. Simple search: Combined search by keyword and date in the Mainichi Shinbun and the journal Shûkan Ekonomisuto. 2. Detailed search: Mainichi Shinbun kiji kensaku: search for articles of the Mainichi Shinbun by keyword and date. For the years 1987-today a real full text search is provided. For the years 1872-1986 only the headings of important articles are indexed. Not all articles are included in the database (e.g. Sumô results, TV programme, cartoons etc. are excluded). 3. Mainichi Shinbun shimen kensaku: search images of the Mainichi Shinbun by date (1872-1999). 4. Denshi shukusatsuban: digital version of Mainichi Shinbun (1989-1999) for browsing with flash player. 5. Shûkan Ekonomisuto kiji kensaku: full text search of the journal Shûkan Ekonomisuto (1989 - heute) by keyword, author and date. 6. Kyô no shinbun: publication of important articles of the respective daily edition (morning and evening edition) in real time 7. Nyûsu sokuhô: real time news announcements. 8. Mainichi Shinbunsha no shiryô: Mainichi yoronsâchi: database of opinion polls published in the Mainichi Shinbun (1945-today). 9. 20seiki 2001daijiken: chronicle with pictures of important events of the 20th century, browing by subject or search by keyword or date are possible. 10. Mainichi Shinbunshashi: digital editon of the history of the publisher Mainichi Shinbunsha, search by keywords possible, also contains a list of the published serialised novels (1882-2001). 11. The Mainichi: full text search of the English edition The Mainichi (2008-today) by keyword or date.
Al Manhal eLibrary provides access to full-text searchable publications (books, peer-reviewed journals, strategic studies, academic dissertations and educational videos) across a diverse range of topics from the Arab world’s leading publishers.
British social history from 1939 to 1972. Source documents include books, diaries, directives, ephemera, essays, file reports, interactive maps, and surveys. Subjects included are the BBC, wartime sexual behaviour, shopping, and the future of Britain.
This comprehensive database covers the world's mathematical literature since 1940, including journals, conference proceedings, and books of mathematics research. MathSciNet provides online access to the bibliographic data, signed reviews, and citations of mathematical research literature contained in Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications.
The Max Planck Encyclopedias of International Law is a comprehensive resource on every aspect of international law. The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law contains peer-reviewed articles on every aspect of the substance of international law. The Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law maps and analyzes the systems and processes through which international law is made and adjudicated in practice.
MedDRA is designed for use in the registration, documentation and safety monitoring of medicinal products through all phases of the development cycle (i.e., from clinical trials to post-marketing surveillance)
A collection of digitised primary sources documenting medical history during times of armed conflict dating from the mid-19th to the mid-20th century. This database focuses on the Crimean War, the American Civil War, the First World War, and the Second World War among other conflicts. The impact on medicine during peacetime is also charted, notably through documents relating to the influenza epidemic of 1918 and post-war rehabilitation.
A huge range of primary source covering social, cultural, political, scientific and religious perspectives, from the 15th to early 18th centuries. The breadth of sources provided within this collection is extraordinary, from sources concerning the Black Death to the Restoration of the English monarchy and the Glorious Revolution.
This collection presents manuscripts of some of the most important works of European travel writing from the later medieval period. The chief focus is on journeys to central Asia and the Far East, including accounts of travel to Mongolia, Persia, India, China and South-East Asia.
Published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine and updated daily, MEDLINE on the Ovid platform offers access to the latest bibliographic citations and author abstracts from biomedicine and life sciences journals in nearly 40 languages (60 languages for older journals). English abstracts are included in more than 80% of the records. Coverage dates back to 1946.
PubMed® comprises more than millions of citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites. Click "Find it at ANU" for ANU subscribed full text.
Mekong Review is a quarterly English-language magazine of arts, literature, culture, politics, the environment and society in Asia, written by people from the region or those who know it well. From its founding in 2015, its aim has been to provide a fresh perspective: one that covers Asian histories, lives and cultures through emerging regional voices.
Published from 1672, this influential periodical promised in its first issue to chronicle the activities of luminaries in metropolitan Paris, in the French provinces, and abroad, and to offer good literature to lovers of novels and stories. It was published first under the title Mercure Galant by Donneau de Vise. In 1724 the title was changed to Mercure de France, and the periodical was split into a literary and a political section. This collection provides an unprecedented primary source in which the cultural representations of layers of the French elite and academics can be explored over more than one hundred and thirty-five years in which the modern European world was truly born.
A bibliographic and full text database that provides area coverage related to political development; social development; foreign policy; economic development; investment; oil and petrochemicals; trade, and technological industries for the region. It also contains key primary source documents that date as far back as the Ptolemaic period. The database includes all records and documents included in the Middle East Abstracts and Index product, along with material available electronically for the first time as of 2011.
Translated journals, newspapers, scientific reports, radio and television broadcasts from 19 countries in North Africa and the Middle East covering cultural, economic and political developments within the regions. Spanning four decades, the collection includes firsthand reporting and deep analysis on global and regional issues.
Mideastwire.com is a news service gathering and translating important stories from and about the Middle East, providing daily briefing on key political, cultural, economic and opinion news from all 22 Arab countries and the Arab media Diaspora.
These primary sources are a hugely important resource for the study of missionary work, educational work, medical work, evangelism, political conflict, and the emergence of indigenous churches. The collections are truly global in scope, with Africa, East and South Asia, Australasia and the Pacific, and the Americas all well-represented. The sources will be of interest to scholars in a range of fields, from missiology to colonial history and anthropology.
A multidisciplinary collection of books published by MIT Press.
Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.