Did you know that on October 1, 1908 the Model T was first offered to the public, or that on October 14, 1947 Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in an X-14 or that on October 28, 1965 the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, MO opened? From trivia to scholarly articles, eLibrary Science provides you with the best in math, psychology, science, and technology resources.
Description: eLibrary Science is a full-text database of articles taken from leading magazines and journals.
Access: Available as part of the ProQuest suite of databases. Access this database from the MUHS Database button under the Mathematics and Science subject tab or by database name in the A to Z list. This database is password protected once you leave campus.
Special Features: Special features include a “today in science history” calendar, biographical sketches, transcripts from popular science shows and podcasts, experiments, authoritative web links, video clips, and math and science interactives. Print, listen to or email yourself a document. Both MLA and APA citations are available from the “Citation” tab.