Below are some of the most popular physics and astronomy research databases.
Complete list of Physics and Astronomy Databases
Information on using databases
Shown below are some popular science, physics and astronomy journals available online through OSU Library subscriptions. For a complete listing of all OSU Library e-journals, visit the OSU Libraries' Online Journals List (or search for print and e-journals in the OSU catalog.) More on OSU e-journals.
OSU has access to many e-dissertations and theses through Proquest. (For best results, use the Advanced Search.)
Details for finding dissertations and theses from all over the world (including OSU).
DMP Tool (software for creating data management plans)
Data Repositories (find and/or store data):
PSDS (Physical Sciences Data-Science Service)
Open Access Directory Data Repositories
Registry of Research Data Repositories (re3data.org)
General resources for science and engineering graduate students (copyright, scientific writing, etc.) can be found at the General Resources for Graduate Students in the Physical Sciences and Engineering.
(through ILLiad) Request free electronic delivery of journal articles not available through OSU Libraries' subscriptions.
OSU holds a site license for LabArchives electronic lab notebooks, available to all faculty, staff and students.
Instruction Material for LabArchives
The U. of Wisconsin's Ebling Library provides up-to-date, user-friendly information on Federal Agency Public Access Compliance (arising from US OSTP Memo of February 2013 which requires open access publishing of research funded by US Gov agencies).
Engineering and Physical Sciences:
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