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Resources for My Subject

Engineering Sciences: Chemical

This page aims to give an overview of the available library materials, research support and subject-specific resources that may prove helpful to those studying in the fields of chemical engineering and biotechnology.


To find out more about library services and resources for Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology students, visit our library webpage.

Betty & Gordon Moore LibraryThe Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology book collections are currently located in the Moore Library, which features flexible study spaces in a convenient location. The collections can be accessed between 9am-7pm, Monday-Friday and 9am-1pm on Saturdays.

Other specialist borrowable resources, information services, support and guidance are available in the following libraries:

Borrowing an item

Information skills & training

Plagiarism & Academic Misconduct

Find out about good academic practice with these handy links:

Information skills training

Learn more about the training programmes from Cambridge University Libraries and the Moore Library.

Finding stuff

All libraries

Discovering an item

Document delivery

  • Can't find the item you need? Some Cambridge Libraries offer Document Delivery services that will source and borrow a copy for you.

Book recommendations

  • Did you know you can recommend electronic resources for library purchase? Talk to a member of library staff for details.

Online resources

From 1 September 2021, all users at academic institutions will need to have the FileOpen plug-in installed on your device in order to access BSI documents within BSOL. Find out more on what’s changing via the BSI website, and access the guidance document which allows you to test the plug-in feature. 

Please contact if you have any concerns.

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Websites and social media feeds

The Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology department have Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn accounts to follow.

There are several associated groups with social media feeds to follow. For example:

Professional societies

Below is a list of institutions and societies that can offer access to knowledge resources for their members.

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