F1000Research is an Open Science publishing platform for life scientists offering immediate publication of posters, slides and articles with no editorial bias. All articles benefit from transparent peer review and the inclusion of all source data.
Factiva.com provides access to the latest business and industry news. It is a valuable research tool for many disciplines, including political science, media studies, business, technology studies, social science, journalism, the arts, and more. The database allows users to browse through a collection of global content sources from 200 countries, in 26 languages – including newspapers, continuously updated newswires from Dow Jones and Reuters, journals and magazines, websites, blogs, and multimedia.
Faculti delivers the latest breakthroughs, research news and academic insight, communicated by the world's leading figures in short, accessible digital media. The Faculti community is predominantly the higher education, academic and research community, but also associated professional organisations such as hspitals and schools.
Historic register of the People, departments, scholarships, prizes and bequests, research centres and affiliated organisations that form the University of Melbourne's Faculty of Science. Includes references to archival materials and a bibliography of historical published literature.
The Informit Families & Society Collection covers a range of subjects within a social context related to family and community, social services and public welfare, family law, and culture and institutions. This full text Collection replaces Family & Society Plus, which ceased 31st December 2010. It covers the period from 1976 to present for both full text publicatons and index.
FAMILY, produced by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts content on research, policy and practice issues about, or of relevance to, Australian families from 1980 onwards. The database database contains published and unpublished materials on a wide range of topics including child development and psychology; family dynamics and parenting; child abuse prevention, and sociocultural aspects of Australian life.
Family & Society Studies Worldwide™ is a resource providing coverage of research, policy, and practice literature in the fields of Family Science, Human Ecology, Human Development, and Social Welfare. FSSW is an anthology of 4 database files providing access to more than 1.3 million records. Coverage spans from 1970 to the present.
A subset of the FAMILY database, which is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on research, policy and practice issues about, or of relevance to, Australian families. The FAMILY-ATSIS subset contains records that specifically relate to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Source documents include journal articles, conference papers, books, book chapters, government publications, research reports, discussion and working papers, statistical documents, annual reports, bibliographies and theses. It covers the period from 1980 to present.
The Federal Register is the official journal of the federal government of the United States that contains government agency rules, proposed rules, and public notices. It is published every weekday, except on federal holidays. This collection contains the Federal Register from its inception in 1936, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Administrative Procedure Act, Code of Emergency Federal Regulations, the U.S. Government Manual and the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents.
Draws on the Bureau of Meteorology's historical resources. Based on the observation that the emergence of Australian meteorology as a science parallelled with the Federation story. It influenced and contributed to the ambition of nationhood.
The International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) brings together institutions dedicated to rescuing and preserving films. FIAF's editorial staff, along with its Affiliates, produces the International Index to Film Periodicals which offers in-depth coverage of the world's foremost academic and popular film journals. This database contains FIAF's “Treasures from Film Archives”; a detailed index of the silent-era film holdings of archives from around the world, a selection of Reference volumes and the linked full-text of over 60 journals.
Film & Television Literature Index is the definitive index to film and television literature. It is a bibliographic database that provides cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for more than 380 publications (and selected coverage of 300). The earliest journal to be indexed dates from 1914.
Film Index International is a major information resource for entertainment films and personalities produced in collaboration with the British Film Institute. With a scholarly, inclusive approach to all areas of film studies - from the very first silent movies, to art house classics or the latest blockbusters - Film Index International provides truly international coverage, indexing films from over 170 countries.
The FLI Online contains approximately 700,000 citations to articles, film reviews and book reviews published between 1976-2001. The FLI has comprehensively indexed 150 film and television periodicals from 30 countries cover-to-cover and 200 other periodicals selectively for articles on film and television.
Filmakers Library Online provides award-winning documentaries with relevance across the curriculum—race and gender studies, human rights, globalization and global studies, multiculturalism, international relations, criminal justice, the environment, bioethics, health, political science and current events, psychology, arts, literature, and more. It presents points of view and historical and current experiences from diverse cultures and traditions world-wide.
A website for Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants and for others interested in the history of out-of-home 'care' in Australia. Brings together historical resources relating to institutional 'care' at the national level in Australia. Includes documents and images about policies, public figures and legislation.
The First World War collection is made up of three modules. I. The Personal Experiences module is a collection of primary source documents drawn from archives across the globe. The documents are varied in scope and offer a remarkable window on the lives and experiences of men and women during the First World War. II. The Propaganda and Recruitment module contains a varied range of material, from aerial leaflets and atrocity propaganda to international posters, postcards, cartoons and political pamphlets. III. The Visual Perspectives and Narratives module features a diverse range of unique material from the unparalleled holdings of Imperial War Museums. This collection presents international perspectives on the conflict, the Home Front, the role of women during the war, and much more.
Fitch Connect is a credit risk and macro intelligence platform from Fitch Solutions providing credit research, credit ratings, macroeconomic and financial fundamental data, country risk research and indices, Financial Implied Ratings and a curated news service.
Flora of Australia is a synthesis of present taxonomic knowledge of the country’s flora. It has been designed for use by anyone wanting authoritative information on the names, characteristics, distribution and habitat of native and naturalised vascular plants in Australia. This digital platform integrates a wide range of botanical information from many sources, such as nomenclature, distribution maps, images, biodiversity data, and identification keys.
Please note FNQ is no longer updated. FNQ will remain available on Informit as an archive database. The Far North Queensland Collection (FNQ), produced by the Library, Tropical North Queensland Institute of TAFE, is a bibliographic database that was established in 1994 to meet the needs of the 2,500 Indigenous students at the Institute. By the beginning of 1998 some 50,000 items were held with some 22,000 items entered on the FNQ Collection database. Approximately 8,000 records are added each year.
The Foreign and International Law Resources Database (FILRD) allows researchers to browse online through a collection of international law publications. Covers publications from the American Society of International Law, International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI), yearbooks from around the world, the Hague Permanent Court of International Justice series and highly-respected publishers' publications. It also includes U.S. Law Digests, International tribunals and judicial decisions and more.
Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports (1941-1996) consist of translated broadcasts, news agency transmissions, newspapers, periodicals and government statements from nations around the globe. These media sources were monitored in their languages of origin, translated into English and issued by an agency of the U.S. Government. The collection is supplemented by Annexes that were created by the U.S. intelligence community to benefit analysts and policy makers. FBIS Daily Reports from Readex represent a unique resource for the study of foreign affairs, business, law, sociology, political science and more, as they cover all regions of the world.
The Foreign Law Guide (FLG) is an essential database offering relevant information on sources of foreign law, including complete bibliographic citations to legislation, the existence of English translations and selected references to secondary sources in one virtual destination. Broad in content and global in scope, the FLG is an indispensable resource for comparative law research and a fundamental tool for developing a foreign and comparative law collection. Approximately 190 jurisdictions are systemically covered and updated by a global team of experts.
The six parts of this collection make available all British Foreign Office files dealing with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan between 1919 and 1980. Due to the long-unique nature of the relationship between Britain and China, these formerly restricted British government documents, consisting of diplomatic dispatches, letters, newspaper cuttings, maps, reports of court cases, biographies of leading personalities, summaries of events and diverse other materials, provide unprecedented levels of detail into one of the most turbulent centuries of Chinese history.
These three collections consist of the British Government's files on the countries of South Asia from shortly before Indian partition and independence up to 1980. Section I. Independence, partition, and the Nehru era, 1947-64 - - section II. South Asian conflicts and independence for Bangladesh, 1964-71 - - section III. Afghanistan and the Cold War, emergency rule in India, and the resumption of civilian rule in Pakistan, 1972-80.
Published in three parts, this collection makes available extensive coverage of British Foreign Office files dealing with Japan between 1919 and 1952. 1) Japanese Imperialism and the War in the Pacific, 1931-1945; 2) Occupation of Japan, 1946-1952 3) Japan and Great Power Status, 1919-1930. Incorporating the Taishō to the Shōwa periods, these papers throw light on Anglo-Japanese ties in a time of shifting alliances. Documenting Japan's journey to modernity, the files discuss a period in which the country took on an increasingly bold imperialist agenda.
This collection presents the official documentary historical record of major U.S. foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity. The series, produced by the State Department’s Office of the Historian, is comprised of more than 500 books of invaluable historical information. The series began in 1861 during Abraham Lincoln’s administration, under the title of Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, and continues until the administration of Richard Nixon in 1975. In 1947, the title changed to Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers. Finally in 1969, the name was shortened to its present form, Foreign Relations of the United States. The Foreign Relations volumes contain documents from various Presidential libraries, the Department of State and Defense, the National Security Council, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Agency for International Development, and other foreign affairs agencies as well as the private papers of individuals involved in formulating U.S. foreign policy.
Forest Science Database is the bibliographic database for forest, forestry, wood science and agroforestry research. The database supplies bibliographic information and abstracts for all aspects of agroforestry, forestry, tree biology, land use and wood science. Climate change effects, deforestation, forest logging and urban forestry are also covered. Coverage commences with 1939 and is updated weekly.
The FC has comprehensive, worldwide coverage of tropical, subtropical, temperate and boreal tree species of major economic importance. It contains datasheets on forest trees, forest pests, diseases and weeds. This is supported by the latest scientific findings, with bibliographic records and full text journal and conference articles updated weekly, and an interactive, multilingual glossary of more than 2000 forestry terms. Search tools include a taxonomy browse function.
The Trial of King Louis XVI, 1792-1793 resulted in completely opposite evaluations by both contemporary and later observers. The present collection presents the entire corpus of all public interventions by representatives in the National Convention during the trial from November 1792 to January 1793. A six-volume compilation of speeches and interventions during the trial constitutes the nucleus of the collection.
FSTA - Food Science and Technology Abstracts, produced by the International Food Information Service (IFIS), is a database of information on food science, food technology and nutrition. The database includes material from over 4,600 serial publications, covering all the major food commodities plus biotechnology, microbiology, food safety, additives, nutrition, packaging and pet foods. Coverage spans from 1969 to present.
Future Science journals focus on applied science and intellectual property issues in the pharmaceutical R&D pipeline – from drug discovery, delivery, pharmacokinetics and analytical techniques, through to commentary and analysis on patent and IP issues.
To advance the science of food and its application across the global food system. Stimulate scientific investigations into technical problems dealing with the manufacture and distribution of food & Promulgate the results of research in food technology
Each issue comprises a 50-100 page monograph written by research leaders in the field. Monographs that give tutorial coverage of subjects, research retrospectives as well as survey papers that offer state-of-the-art reviews fall within the scope of the journals.