Following a Reaxys update, users now need to use a personal sign in rather than an institutional sign in to be able to export search results e.g. to Endnote.
For more information about exporting in Reaxys, please see
Here's a summary of enhancements included in the most recent CAS SciFindern release.
Reactions results sorting
To provide added flexibility when viewing reaction results sets, two new sort options have been added when grouped by transformation type:
Linking to other publications via ORCID iD
To provide you a faster and easier means of reviewing related literature, ORCID iD has been enhnced to allow you to retrieve references associated with an author’s ORCID iD with a single click. When choosing an author’s name from reference results, an option to “Get References for this ORCID iD” will appear where relevant.
For a full overview of this month’s release click the button below to visit “What’s New?”
As well as library workshops, there are events for researchers held across campus. Click on the links below to see upcoming events:
PGR Development provides a flexible programme that supports all postgraduate research students with their on-going professional and personal development. The programme has been designed to provide a range of opportunities that effectively help prepare PGRs in becoming successful researchers and plan for their future careers.
engage@liverpool is a cross-faculty research and methods initiative at the University of Liverpool. Interdisciplinary in character, it supports research across the social sciences, the arts and humanities and the natural, life and formal sciences by stimulating, encouraging, and promoting excellence and innovation in the area of research methods and methodology in particular.
To this end, engage@liverpool organises and supports a range of research methods related activities including: