Use this guide for general research related to classes in the Chemistry and Biochemistry department.
Last Updated: Sep 9, 2014
- SciFinder Scholar
Use this database to search for journal article in the Chemistry literature. You can search by keywords, or chemical formulas, structures, or reactions. Before using this database, you must first register with individual user information. Contact Chemistry librarian for instructions about how to register.
- American Chemical Society (ACS) Publications
This website contains journal articles from the American Chemical Society, the leading organization for Chemistry. This database is mobile-friendly; download the app (not free) in the itunes or android stores. See the mobile page for more information.
Large database of journals in the sciences. This database is mobile friendly; download the ScienceDirect app.
Use this database to search the medical literature. Search Recommendations: Use the MeSH database to determine the best keywords to use in this database. Look for the Messiah College icon in the right-hand corner to quickly determine if we have this article in our collection. This database is mobile-friendly, look for the PubMed Mobile link on the homepage.
- Medline Complete
Use this database to search the medical literature. Searching recommendation: Use MeSH Headings to determine the best keywords to use in this database. This database is mobile friendly; download the EBSCO app.
- ChemID Plus
Search for chemical based on specific properties or structure drawing, and then search the literature.
This is a great general database to start research for environmental resources. This database is mobile-friendly. Download the EBSCO app.
Toxicology database. Use to research topics on environmental impact and hazardous materials.
The most comprehensive database for the Biological Sciences. Only certain courses have access to this pay-as-you-go database. Contact the Librarian for questions.
If you have a journal article citation, but don't know if we have that specific journal, or don't know where the journal is online or in print, search the Periodicals List.