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Researching and Locating Employment in Chemistry: Locating an Individual or Institution Researching in a Field of Interest

This guide directs users to some common job boards for chemists and chemical engineers. In addition, though, it teaches the user to search for corporations or individuals researching in a particular field of interest, and shows users how to locate company

Using Scifinder

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Using Web of Science

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Web of Science indexes 5900 journals in all areas of science and technology. It is updated weekly, and references link to all indexed items in their bibliographies, as well as to all items that cite them. The Web of Science is currently the only resource that you can use to do a comprehensive citation search; by searching for an author or a specific paper, you can retrieve the articles that reference that author or paper in their bibliographies.

  1.  Perform a General Search for your topic.

  2. Refine search results to past 10 years. 

  3.  Analyze your results by Author or Institution.

  4.  Choose the article most relevant to your interests,  select cited records to view references.