Students and teachers of RUDN gain access to the SciFinder-n platform

Students and teachers of RUDN gain access to the SciFinder-n platform

Access to the SciFinder-n platform is open at RUDN University form April, 1. You can use the database from any university computer.

SciFinder-n is an innovative platform that provides the most relevant and high-quality information for chemical research from fellow scientists at CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service). SciFinder-n provides access to full-text materials, indexed patents and other materials.

To work with the database, you should pre-register, create an individual login and password.

Important:

Registration and work with SciFinder can be performed on any computer of RUDN University computer network using an individual login and password.

For successful registration, you must specify a corporate email address (within the domain rudn.ru).

For any questions, please e-mail fomicheva-sa@rudn.ru

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