Resources for Chemistry
Important Library Resources for Chemistry
From this website:
Web of Science
Select “W” and then “”Web of Science”
Select “R” and then “Reaxys”
Select “S” and then “SciFinder Web”. You must register to use this search engine.
On the left side, if you select “Genomes and Maps”, you can then select “Genome” and see sequence data for many organisms. Also on the left side of the home screen for NCBI, you can select “Literature”. The “Bookshelf” on the literature page contains many textbooks. “PubMed” is also accessible via “Literature” and is a search engine that you can use to access journal articles. Back on the home screen for NCBI, in the middle of the page you can select “Learn” to see many useful tutorials.
Go to MSU’s software page at http://www.montana.edu/clsit/software_campus.html and follow the directions to register for ChemDraw.
Other Software Available to MSU Students
Other licensed software is listed on this page that may be of benefit to you (MS Office, Mathematica, Matlab, etc):
Go to the website for MSU’s Department of Safety and Risk Management at
Click on “Training” where it says “I need information on. . . .”
Click “Online Training” and use the provided username and password
Choose applicable trainings such as “Biosafety in the Laboratory” and “Laboratory Hazard Identification”
Additional Safety and Responsible Conduct of Research Trainings
Go to www.citiprogram.org
Register (first time) or Login (future times)
Choose applicable trainings such as “Biomedical Responsible Conduct of Research” or “Physical Science Responsible Conduct of Research” or safety trainings applicable to your lab.
Office of Research Compliance
Every research-active university has an Office of Research Compliance. This office is a resource to ensure that all research is conducted according to guidelines established by appropriate regulatory agencies. This office is also a resource to guide all labs at MSU in the conduct of ethical and responsible research. For contact information, see their website at https://www.montana.edu/orc/
Friday Night Fun
You can access the protein databank at https://www.rcsb.org/