New eResources to the Library Collection
Artprice includes Auction databases, Marketplace information, Market News, Artprice together with ArtMarketInsight.
Artprice’s press agency, publishes several times a year its exclusive Art Market reports.
This is a unique resource – containing an authoritative and growing collection of peer-reviewed plant science articles published in an electronic format.
With roughly 20 volumes of new content that have been digitised, Annual Plant Reviews online covers a spectrum of topics relating to pure and applied aspects of plant and crop science.
The remit of Annual Plant Reviews online is to publish topical, high-quality, research-focused reviews, commissioned from leading plant scientists around the world by members of the international Editorial Board. It is designed to be an invaluable resource for plant and crop scientists, and for professionals in all aspects of plant biology and crop improvement.
All the individual Nautical Magazine issues available as part of the Online Library Collection. The content regularly included serialised accounts of voyages, descriptions of distant countries, notes on new shipping regulations, and discussion of the latest technologies.
The Nautical Magazine first appeared in 1832, published monthly at the price of one shilling. It aimed to advance ‘the safety of seamen’, with a focus on the merchant marine, and a readership of professional seafarers. The founding editor, A. B. Becher (1796–1876), served for many years under the distinguished hydrographer Sir Francis Beaufort, and the magazine reflected Beaufort’s interests by reporting on new charts, research on weather and the oceans, astronomy and navigation, and statistics on wrecks and the Lifeboat Institution.
The content regularly included serialised accounts of voyages, descriptions of distant countries, notes on new shipping regulations, and discussion of the latest technologies. There were also reports on current affairs such as (during the Victorian period) the searches for Sir John Franklin’s lost Arctic expedition, the Crimean War and the Suez Canal project.
Astute editorial decisions ensured that the content mirrored the evolving concerns of readers, enabling ‘the Nautical’ to remain popular for nearly two centuries. It is a fascinating source of data, news and opinions for maritime, economic and social historians, genealogists, and shipping enthusiasts.
The Women’s Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicines Guide (PBMG) is a quick reference guide for healthcare professionals that provides practical and unbiased specialised information on medicine use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
– Access to current and unbiased information anytime, anywhere on any internet-enabled device
– Summarises key findings and provides detailed, practical recommendations on the use of medicines during pregnancy and breastfeeding to support the clinical decision making process
– All available information is fully referenced; peer reviewed and is constantly updated.
– Downloadable medicine fact sheets for patients