In 2019, the Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International (CABI) made available to Research4Life CAB Abstracts – an online platform with more than 11.6 million records in applied life sciences, including publications from over 120 countries in 50 languages.
To learn how to use the platform and discover what else CABI has to offer, Research4Life users with access to CABI’s content are welcome to join Research4Life’s webinar on 13 May from 12 to 1 pm CET. The webinar will be recorded for those unable to attend.
Important: before signing up, double-check that you have access to CABI through Research4Life.
Please fill this form to sign up for the webinar.
CABI has been providing researchers with access to more than 470,000 full journal articles since 2003, when it first joined AGORA as a founding member. CABI features a variety of services, such as:
CAB Direct: CAB Direct is CABI’s online database platform. Designed around the way researchers work, CAB Direct has completely new features to help you get more out of the literature, and a more intuitive user experience.
CAB Abstracts and CAB Abstracts Archive: It comes with CABI Full Text, giving users automatic access to over 500,000 journal articles, conference papers and reports – with archived records dating from 1913.
Global Health and Global Health Archive: Now with over 4.2 million records, including archived records dating from 1910. Global Health gives researchers and students unparalleled access to all the world’s relevant public health research and practice – providing knowledge without borders, with access to over 116,000 CABI Full Text Records.
CAB eBooks Archives: Access 714 CABI titles, available on either CABI eBook platform or CAB Direct.
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