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SciFinder Web requires a one-time registration and creation of a username/password. You'll need to login with this information each time you use SciFinder Web.

1. Go to SciFinder Web User Registration

2. Review the instructions for creating the username/password, then click the registration link at the end of the page. You must register with your University of Manitoba email address.

3. When you receive your confirmation email (which may go to your spam folder), click the link in the message to complete the registration.

4. Go to SciFinder Web Login to log into SciFinder Web.

What is included in SciFinder?

  • journal articles and patents in all areas of chemistry from 1907 to present  
  • journal articles and patents that relate to chemical applications in agriculture, biology, environmental sciences, medical sciences, pharmacy, engineering, materials science, textile sciences, physics, geology, and food sciences
  • also includes journal articles from Medline 
  • millions of substance records and CAS Registry Numbers
  • selected journal articles from late 1800's

    

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Finding Full Text from SciFinder

To locate full-text articles click on the link to Other Sources in SciFinder (use the GetIt@UML button in other databases).  To access these resources off-campus use your UMNetID and Password.  

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Marie Speare
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Sciences and Technology Library
(204) 474-7063
(204) 290-4266 (mobile)

Engineering Library
(204) 474-9445
(204) 290-4266 (mobile)