Science of Synthesis 4.10 - New update! (March 2018)
New volume available: Catalytic Reduction in Organic Synthesis (Vol. 1), edited by J. G. de Vries
This reference work includes the latest developments in the field of catalytic reductions, as well as selective coverage of more well-established methods.
Read more about the latest update here (pdf).
We now subscribe to all sections of JoVE!
JoVE Video Journal is a peer-reviewed, PubMed-indexed video methods journal. Articles consist of high-quality video demonstrations and detailed text protocols in the physical and life sciences. The scope of the journal includes novel techniques, innovative applications of existing techniques, and gold standard protocols in the physical and life sciences. As of 2018, there are 13 subject-based sections.
JoVE Science Education is a video collection designed to better teach and learn key concepts and fundamental techniques in a wide range of STEM subjects including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Psychology, and Clinical Skills. As of 2018, there are 8 subject-based sections containing hundreds of videos.
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This guide is intended to support the study and teaching of chemical engineering. Included in this guide are resources in a variety of formats.
What Can the UD Library do for you?
The UD Library offers a number of services to our faculty and students. These include library instruction for classes; placing materials on reserve; selecting books, databases, and journals; interlibrary loan and more. Faculty members are encouraged to develop an active partnership with Sabine Lanteri, the librarian supporting the research needs of faculty and students.
Have you discovered the Student Multimedia Design Center?
The Student Multimedia Design Center is designed to meet the needs of the increasing number of classes which involve creation of multimedia projects and presentations as a course requirement. The Center offers space for practicing presentations and video multimedia equipment to use individually or in collaborative groups.
Offering over 80 workstations, the Center includes studios, classrooms, and clusters of computers. Faculty and students can create web sites with multimedia elements or use video, graphics, and narration to make a PowerPoint presentation come alive. The Center is also a good place to work on group projects with other students, practice a presentation in a studio, or borrow multimedia equipment.