Access to Electronic Resources
Anyone housed at NCRC may walk into MLibrary@NCRC [Building 18, G018] or any university library for on-site use.
The University is a public institution of higher education, and public access computers are available to access many electronic journals and book subscriptions during an in-person visit.
Many database licenses limit virtual access (i.e., access from your desktop or home) of these resources to current U-M students, faculty, and staff.
You can also take advantage of low-document delivery fees through the Michigan Corporate Relations Network (MCRN) and MIchigan Information Transfer Source (MITS).
SciBX offers a way to keep on top of trends in biomedical research and their commercial potential. This weekly publication “distills the flood of information down to the 25 most important developments. And by reporting the industry viewpoint on the key papers, SciBX provides a unique and essential scientific and commercial perspective on today's breakthrough science.” (http://www.nature.com/scibx/about_site.html)
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