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Biomedical, Forensic and Medical Sciences: Books & Journals

Covers Biomedical Science; Forensic Science; Medical Science

Academic sources

You will be expected to use academic sources in your assignments. Many of these academic sources will come from books and journal articles. 

Books

Books are particularly useful for an introduction to or broad overview of a topic. The Library has both print books and E-Books and you will find both by searching Library Search.

In the library, books about the same subject are assigned the same shelfmark number which you will find on the spine of each book and listed on the catalogue. Here is a selection of shelfmarks for Biomedical, Forensic and Medical Sciences:

Anatomy           611

Ballistics        363.2562

Cell Biology      571.6

Forensic Science 363.25

Forensic Toxicology 614.1

Haematology      616.15

Human Disease  616.07

Microbiology      579

Molecular Genetics  572.8

Physiology      612

Transfusion Science    615.39

New Books

Check the latest books added to stock for Biomedical and Medical Sciences and for Forensic Science

 

Journals

Use journals to find:

  • useful information, research and discussions
  • different view points from different authors
  • current information as journals are published quicker than books.
 
 
You can find journal articles by searching Library Search and also by searching individual databases as listed on the Databases' tab of this guide.

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