Subject Guide for the History of Science
Brief Description: "A field of history which examines how humanity's understanding of science and technology has changed over the millennia, and how this understanding has allowed us to generate new technologies. This field of history also studies the cultural, economic , and political impacts of scientific innovation." (Word IQ)
For more information, contact the Science Library.
Abstracts and Indexes are used to locate published journal articles, conference proceedings and papers, reports, scholarly research and patents.
CU Academic Search Premier
Provides full text for more than 3,430 scholarly publications covering academic areas of study including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies. Coverage: varies by journal title.
CU American History and Life
Historical coverage of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present.
CU Bibliography of the History of Medicine
Science Ref HE20.3615:28
Full text articles from selected scientific journals. Coverage: 2000 - present.
CU General Science Abstracts / Full Text
Index to general science literature from the U.S. and Europe. Contains some links to full text articles. Coverage: 1984 - present.
CU Historical Abstracts
Historical coverage of the world from 1450 to the present (excluding the United States and Canada).
CU Humanities Abstracts
Abstracts covering diverse subject areas of the humanities. Coverage: 1984 - present.
CU Nineteenth Century Masterfile
Part of the Royal Society's Catalogue of Scientific Papers [CSP], 1800-1900, is now online as part of the Library's subscription to Paratext's 19th Century Masterfile. An important resource for both scientific and humanistic research, the files of the Catalogue of Scientific Papers now online via 19th Century Masterfile include more than 450,000 citations to all manner of scientific inquiry during the 19th Century--from Darwin to Freud. Index includes 1,555 periodicals in numerous languages and the transactions of the European academies and other learned societies. Two major installments of the Catalogue of Scientific Papers are now online for searching through 19th Century Masterfile: Installment 1: The three Subject indexes produced by the Royal Society covering Pure Mathematics (1908); Mechanics (1909); and a 2-volume set covering Physics (1914). Installment 2: Volumes 13-19 covering 1884-1900, containing more than 400,000 citations.
Contains full text articles from Elsevier published journals. Coverage: 1997 - present.
This search engine can search 200 million webpages for scientific, scholarly, technical and medical data. Subject areas covered include agricultural and biological sciences, astronomy, biosciences, chemistry and chemical engineering, computer science, earth and planetary sciences, economics, (business and management), engineering (energy and technology), environmental sciences, languages and linguistics, law, life sciences, materials science, mathematics, medicine, neuroscience, pharmacology, physics, psychology, social and behavioral sciences, and sociology.
CU Web of Science
Formerly ISI Citation indexes. Coverage: 1970 - present.
Science Ref Z7403 R88
Science Ref Q125 .G39 1987
Science Ref Q124.8 .S43 2001
Science Ref Q175.35 .B37 2002
Science Ref Q124.8 .E53 1997
Science Ref Q127.A5 E53 1996
Science Ref Q124.8 .E53 1997
Science Ref Q125 .G825 1991
Science Ref Q184.5 .I57 1998
Science Ref Q141 .N728 2001
Science Ref Q125 .R43 2000
Science Ref Q175.46 .S35 2000
Science Ref Q127.E8 B87 2001
AAAS: History and Archives
Academy of Natural Sciences-Library-Digital Collections
The Complete Work of Charles Darwin
Women in Science Archives
Internet Links to Libraries with Primary Source Materials
These are selected libraries and collections in the Denver/Boulder area that have primary source materials available for research. Be sure to contact them before going to use the collection. A contact person has been listed.