Applied Science & Technology (H.W. Wilson)


The Applied Science & Technology databases were developed though a merger of content from EBSCO and H.W. Wilson. Four versions of this database are available. The information below is from the vendor.

Applied Science & Technology FT

Covering core literature in the field of applied science and beyond, this database provides full-text professional and technical society journals, specialized subject periodicals, buyers’ guides, directories and conference proceedings.

Covering Applied Science Specialties

Applied Science & Technology Full Text includes indexing and abstracts for English-language scientific and technical publications dating back to 1983. Also included are full-text articles dating back to 1990 and page images that provide access to original illustrations, charts and photographs.

Applied Science & Technology Source

This database offers a diverse array of full-text and indexed content that covers the full spectrum of the applied sciences and computing disciplines—from acoustics to aeronautics, and neural networks to nuclear engineering. 

Unparalleled Coverage

Applied Science & Technology Source was developed though a merger of high-quality databases from EBSCO and H.W. Wilson and includes many unique full-text journals not previously available in any other database. Applied Science & Technology Source focuses on traditional engineering challenges and research, as well as research concerning the business and social implications of new technology.

A Valuable Full-Text Companion

With Applied Science & Technology Source, users have access to the world's largest full-text companion to Inspec, an index to thousands of science and technology journals.

Applied Science & Technology Ultimate

Applied Science & Technology Source Ultimate provides STEM students and researchers with the resources they need to succeed.  Providing coverage of a wide range of topics including artificial intelligence, applied mathematics, plastics, hydroponics, computer science, chemical engineering, energy resources and robotics, as well as the business and social implications of new technologies, this comprehensive database is essential for STEM programs.  

Unbeatable Full-Text Resources

To give students the ultimate research experience, this database includes hundreds of  full-text journals cited in leading citation indexes. It also includes hundreds of scholarly full-text journals cited in key subject indexes of leading science and technology journals.

Unparalleled Global Coverage

Applied Science & Technology Source Ultimate offers access to key resources covering multiple areas of study. In addition, hundreds of English-language and native-language full-text journals from Asia, Oceania, Europe and Latin America bring a global perspective to researching the STEM discipline.

Applied Science & Technology Index Retrospective: 1913 - 1983

This archival database is the perfect reference for discovering important historical scientific studies, exploring controversies, finding papers by innovators, and researching the development of technologies between 1913 and 1983. Indexing and citations include book reviews and the complete files of Industrial Arts Index (1913-1957).

Historical Subject Headings

Applied Science & Technology Index Retrospective contains both historical and updated subject headings, ensuring that researchers using either old or new search terms will obtain all the information on that subject. Original subject headings offer insight into the ways the issues were once framed.



Access Details: 
Unlimited Authorized Users, Unlimited Concurrent Access, IP Authentication, Remote Access
Content Types: 
Full-Text, Index/Abstracts, Periodical Databases

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