PubMed includes over 25 million bibliographic citations in the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, and preclinical sciences. It provides access to MEDLINE® and to articles in selected life sciences journals not included in MEDLINE. PubMed is a free resource.
Web of Science provides access to 6 citation databases: the Science Citation Index Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science, Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Social Science & Humanities and Emerging Sources Citation Index. More information.
Contains several databases in several subject areas. Searches can be carried out for one or multiple databases at once. With SFX link you can see whether the item is available electronically and link directly to the full-text. ProQuest quick guide | ProQuest Tutorials (YouTube)
SpringerLink is an online information service for scientific, technical, and medical journals. Rights to use
SpringerLink offers electronic and printed literature from Springer-Verlag, a scientific publisher with a history spanning more than 150 years. It also offers the work of other publishers. 1992-, c. 500 full text journals.
An easy-to-use interface for the world's leading chemical information sources, millions of literature and patent references, as well as chemical compounds and reactions containing information of CAS databases, such as the Chemical Abstracts database. Also contains Medline. Only the students and staff of University of Oulu are entitled to use this database. All users need to create a personal account to use SciFinder. You will get instructions for registration from firstname.lastname@example.org. SciFinder quick guide | Rights to use | SciFinder Content
A web search engine for scientific information. When you log in with your University of Oulu user ID, you have access to the licensed electronic resources also from outside the University of Oulu Network. Google Scholar quick guide | More information