ChemRPS is free database system for your chemical structures. You can implement it on your computer and/or run it in your webpage. Use it to find a compound by name or CAS Registry Number, or search by structure. It is license free, easy to deploy, platform independent and easy to extend. Test it interactively: if you want to test the system upload your SDFile using the next link. http://chemrps.westeurope.cloudapp.azure.com:8080/registersdfile.html. Test and install the system: you can download the complete system from the Github page (https://github.com/chemrps/chemrps), but we suggest you contact the provider first: firstname.lastname@example.org
Essential Science Indicators
Provides access to Clarivate's InCites ESI database revealing emerging science trends as well as influential individuals, institutions, papers, journals, and countries in your field of research (more information - please note: we do not hold a subscription to InCites itself). ESI may also be accessed via Web of Science. Please note: On February 15th, 2019, the URLs to access the InCites platform will be updated. The existing URLs will remain available until March 15. To access Journal Citation Reports, please bookmark https://esi.clarivate.com
The Physical Sciences Data-Science Service (PSDS) replaced the National Chemical Database Service (NCDS) during the summer of 2019. To gain access to the PSDS, please register your details and your Brunel University email address. NCDS has been withdrawn from service.
The Royal Society of Chemistry hosts the National Chemical Database Service for the UK academic community. It brings together tools and resources for UK researchers in chemistry and related fields. This is an EPSRC-funded facility which allows free access to a suite of commercial databases for UK university staff and students.
Macmillan Skills for Study is a self-paced online learning resource. There are videos and a dozen interactive modules to help you improve your study, research and employability skills. Use the "Institution Login" button and find Brunel University to sign in to your personal learning account. Please note that you may only take each module once during your session.
Social Care Online is produced by The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE). It has a Google-type standard search, is updated daily, and is free to use! Register or log in to make best use of the resource and access all the following features:
links to available resources, advanced search, export results, saved searches function,
Current news about higher education in the UK with an archive back to the mid-1990s. This University subscription requires you to register your Brunel email address and a password to obtain access to Times Higher Education (THE). For more details see: IntraBrunel.
Visible Body is an online program that covers anatomy, physiology, muscles, the skeleton, and the circulatory system through interactive 3D models, animations, quizzes, augmented reality, and more. It may also be accessed via Ovid Medline using the link on the right hand side of Ovid's navigation bar to Visible Body. A mobile app is available for iPad® and/or iPhone® and for Android™ devices.
Please note: Visible Body will not run on Internet Explorer (IE11 and below). The recommended browsers are Firefox, Chrome and Safari. MS Edge may run into a 4GL memory error so we recommend that you close the browser and open Firefox. If you need support please view the following web pages:
There are over 1,000 ebook titles in the VLeBooks collection covering a wide range of subjects. They can be read online or downloaded for a short loan. Many of them are titles that have been included on reading lists. We recommend that you check if Adobe Reader is set to open content inside the browser so that you can read online. VLEbooks is the replacement for Dawsonera.