Journal articles are published within journals and contain up-to-date (often specialised) information. They are written by experts in the field, and often outline new research findings. Journal articles are often scholarly or peer-reviewed. You can locate journal articles by searching Library Searchor a specialised database.
Search or browse for a journal, trade publication or magazine
To search for journals, trade publications or magazines use Library Search or browse scholarly journals in this area using BrowZine.
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Databases are a great source for journal articles, conference papers, videos and images. Some databases vary in the amount of information they provide. Some will contain full articles (known as full text), whilst others may only contain citations. The following databases are examples of key databases for this area. Explore the Engineering database page for a complete list of potentially relevant databases.
ScopusAn index of peer-reviewed literature including journals, books and conference papers covering a wide range of subject areas. It is primarily aimed at researchers and provides a number of tools to track, analyse and visualise research.
Web of ScienceA collection of citation databases that provide citation count information for articles, books and conferences.