Below are remote library services for members of School of Science.
How to access e-journals, e-books, and databases from home
Some e-journals, e-books, and databases can be accessed from home. Please visit "How to use e-resources from off-campus" on Literacy website.
Excessive downloading is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. There have been frequent occurrences of users unintentionally downloading using pre-read browser functions. See "E-resources : Instructions and Directions for Use" on Literacy website.
E-books for members of School of Science
- Textbooks List on the Syllabuses
Textbooks list for members of School of Science. Some books are available online.
- New E-books List
A list of e-books purchased by the Science Library.
- Springer eBooks Physics & Astronomy Collection
E-books collection provided by Springer which includes over 5,000 book titles published between 2005 and 2021.
- Lecture Notes in Physics
Books published between 1969 and 2021 are available.
- Lecture Notes in Mathematics
Books published after 1964 are available.
- International Tables for Crystallography
A reference work for crystallography.
- Organic Reactions
Online resource which focuses on the most important synthetic reaction types.
- Encyclopedia of Geology. 2nd ed.
- Treatise on Geophysics
- Treatise on Geochemistry
- Bergey's Manual of Systematics of Archaea and Bacteria
- JapanKnowledge Lib
A database including many encyclopedias and dictionaries in Japan.
- Web of Science
An integrated web-based platform which is useful for finding articles in English. It covers major academic journals of all subject fields and it is good tool for citation searching.
An abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings.
- SciFinder (n)
A new version of SciFinder, a database of chemical reactions, substances, and literature. User registration is required.
Reaxys is a compound・reaction database containing information of chemical reaction and measured physical properties. It covers organic chemistry to inorganic chemistry, organic metals, and complex chemistry.
The Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry and Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry book series are no longer accepted, so please use this database.
A database of bibliographic citations and abstracts from biomedical journals and other serial publications published in Japan.
- Coronavirus Research Database
A collection of journal articles, dissertations and more related to COVID-19. When accessing from off-campus, click "ProQuest" in the "Database", then select "Coronavirus Research Database".
- PubMed [UTokyo ver.]
A free resource for searching biomedical and life sciences literature. An 'UTokyo Article Link' button will be displayed when you access via PubMed [UTokyo ver.]
- National Diet Library Digital Collections [Open]
A variety of resources collected and stored by the National Diet Library of Japan. Materials marked with "Available Online" can be accessed freely.
- J-Stage [Open]
A platform for academic e-journals published by Japanese societies. Articles marked with "FREE ACCESS" or "OPEN ACCESS" can be accessed freely.
- Internet Archive [Open]
A digital library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
- BMC [Open]
Peer-reviewed open access journals in the fields of biomedicine, life sciences, chemistry etc.
- Biodiversity Heritage Library[Open]
An open access digital library for biodiversity literature.
Find more information on "Database List".
Postal Loan and Photocopy Service
- Science Library:
Postal Loan and Photocopy Service (For members of School of Science)
[Paid Service] Postal Loan Service (For Non-members of School of Science)This service ended on April 25th.
- General Library: The parcel book delivery and mail photocopy service on the General Library materials
- Komaba Library: The Parcel Book Delivery and Mail Photocopy Service
- "Welcome to the Science Library" (Video)
This brief video begins with a virtual tour of our library, followed by tutorials about how to find books in the library, and how to use online resources.
(Last update: April 26, 2022)