Journals by Subject
TechnologyAccess restricted to Stanford unless otherwise noted
- Acta biotechnologica v. 0-23, 1980-2003., Wiley
- Annals of nuclear energy v. 2-, 1975-, ScienceDirect
- Biologicals v. 18-, 1990-, ScienceDirect
- Biomagnetic research and technology v. 1-6, 2003-08., PubMed Centralv. 1-6, 2003-08. BioMed Central
- Bioresource technology v. 35-, 1991-, ScienceDirect
- Biotechnic & histochemistry v. 66-85, 1991-2010., Informa Healthcarev. 78-, 2003- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- CADTH technology overviews v. 1-, 2010-, PMCv. 1-, 2010- CADTH
- Critical reviews in biotechnology v. 1-30, 1983-2010., Informa Healthcarev. 22-, 2002- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Data handling in science and technology v. 1-, 1984-, ScienceDirect
- GMS health technology assessment v. 1-, 2005-, PMCv. 1-, 2005- GMS
- Health management technology v. 18-, 1998-, Bus Source Complete
- Health policy and technology v. 1-, 2012-, ScienceDirect
- International journal of cell cloning v. 1-10, 1983-92., Wiley
- International journal of clinical monitoring and computing v. 1-13, 1984-96., Springer
- International journal of medical robotics + computer assisted surgery v. 1-, 2004-, Wiley
- International journal of nanomedicine v. 1-, 2006-, DovePress
- International journal of technology assessment in health care v. 13-, 1997-, Cambridge
- International journal of telemedicine and applications v. 2008-, 2008-, PMCv. 2008-, 2008- Hindawi
- JALA v. 4-15, 1999-2010., HighWire
- JOLT v. 1-, 2005-, MERLOTA peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication that aims to promote scholarship in the use of the Internet and web-based multimedia resources in higher education. Topics may include, but are not limited to: learning theory and the use of multimedia to improve online learning; instructional design theory and its application to online learning; online learning and teaching projects and initiatives; use of emerging web-based tools and technologies in online education; blending of online and face-to-face teaching modes; networked learning using mobile devices; innovative online learning and teaching strategies and practices.
- Journal of applied remote sensing v. 1-, 2007-, SPIE
- Journal of biological standardization v. 1-17, 1973-89., ScienceDirect
- Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences v. 766-, 2002-, ScienceDirect
- Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical applications v. 652-687, 1994-96., ScienceDirect
- Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical sciences and applications v. 688-765, 1997-2001., ScienceDirect
- Journal of clinical engineering v. 1-, 1976-, Ovid
- Journal of clinical laboratory analysis v. 1-, 1987-, Wiley
- Journal of clinical monitoring v. 1-13, 1985-97., Springer
- Journal of clinical monitoring and computing v. 14-, 1998-, Springer
- Journal of immunological methods v. 1-, 1971-, ScienceDirect
- Journal of laboratory automation v. 16-, 2011-, HighWire
- Journal of medical engineering & technology v. 1-, 1977-, Informa Healthcarev. 22, no. 4-, July/Sept. 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Journal of online learning and teaching v. 1-, 2005-, MERLOTA peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication that aims to promote scholarship in the use of the Internet and web-based multimedia resources in higher education. Topics may include, but are not limited to: learning theory and the use of multimedia to improve online learning; instructional design theory and its application to online learning; online learning and teaching projects and initiatives; use of emerging web-based tools and technologies in online education; blending of online and face-to-face teaching modes; networked learning using mobile devices; innovative online learning and teaching strategies and practices.
- Laboratory medicine v. 31-, 2000-, HighWire
- Medical devices v. 1-, 2008-, PMCv. 1-, 2008- DovePress
- Medical innovation & business v. 1-2, 2009-10., Ovid
- MIRCEN journal of applied microbiology and biotechnology v. 1-5, 1985-89., Springer
- Nanotechnology v. 1-, 1990-, Inst Phys
- Nature nanotechnology v. 1-, 2006-, Nature
- NIH consensus statement 1992-2001.
- NTM v. 1-, 1993-, Springer
- Ontario health technology assessment series v. 1-, 2001-, PubMed Central
- Optical engineering v. 29-, 1990-, SPIE
- Physiological measurement v. 14-, 1993-, Inst Phys
- Proceedings of the IEEE v. 76-, 1988-, IEEE
- Progress in biotechnology v. 10-, 1995-, ScienceDirect
- Radiological physics and technology v. 1-, 2008-, Springer
- Science, technology & human values v. 14-, 1978-, HighWire
- Separation science and technology v. 1-, 1998-, ScienceDirect
- SPIE letters virtual journal 2005-, SPIE"SPIE Letters is an open-access, online collection of rapid communications, covering topics of significant originality and interest, from the six journals published in the SPIE Digital Library. SPIE Letters presents a virtual table of contents with links to abstracts and free, full-text downloads of all letters in their parent journals. Letters are included from the following SPIE journals: Optical Engineering, Journal of Electronic Imaging, Journal of Biomedical Optics, Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Journal of Nanophotonics."
- SPIE reviews v. 1-, 2010-, SPIE
- Stain technology v. 1-65, 1926-90., Informa Healthcare
- Technology & health care v. 5-, 1997-, Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 12 months
- Technology and culture v. 1-, 1959-, JSTOR, Full text delayed 5+ yearsv. 39, no. 3-, July 1998- Project Muse
- Trends in biotechnology v. 1-, 1983-, ScienceDirect
- Vacuum v. 1-, 1951-, ScienceDirect
- Value in health v. 1-, 1998-, ScienceDirectv. 2-, 1999- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Premv. 1-13, 1998-2010. Wiley
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