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Directory of graduate research.

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Corporate Author:
American Chemical Society. Committee on Professional Training.
Language:
English.
Beginning date:
1952
Imprint:
Washington.
Format:
  • Journal/Periodical, Database
  • v.
Title Variation:
DGR
Also known as: DGRweb 2005
Also known as: ACS directory of graduate research.
Former Title:
Oct. 1951/Sept. 1952, Titles of theses submitted for doctoral degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering at American educational institutions 1953, Faculties, publications, and doctoral theses in chemistry and chemical engineering at United States universities
Vol/date range:
Oct. 1951/Sept. 1952-
Note:
"Faculties, publications and doctoral theses in departments or divisions of chemistry, biochemistry and chemical engineering at United States universities."
Summary:
ACS Directory of Graduate Research (DGR) is the most comprehensive source of information on chemical research and researchers at universities in the U.S. and Canada. Now available free of charge. DGRweb 2005 also includes access to the complete 2003, 2001, and 1999 databases. Search for faculty includes specific research area, academic rank, gender, and state, and the search results produce complete contact information for faculty including direct links to faculty email addresses and web pages, when provided. Institutional searches provide all departmental contact information along with statistical data (when provided) on the number of faculty and students in the department and a complete list of faculty active in graduate research.
Note:
1991- also available on CD-ROM under title: ACS directory of graduate research on disc. Some issues also available on the Internet through the ACS web site.
Note:
Prepared in collaboration with Chemical and engineering news.
Related Work:
Chemical and engineering news.
Related item:
ACS directory of graduate research on disc
Subjects:
ISSN:
0193-5011

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