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Search for Patents at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Advanced Search mode provides many specific fields to search with such as assignee name, inventor name, and location.
Other resources are briefly described in the Powerpoint slidedeck below, prepared by Mei Ling Lo.
Follow the guidelines and examples provided by the Harvard Business School's Citation Guide.
Or use another style suggested by your professor, such as APA or MLA .
Indexes to Magazine Articles
Start with an article index to find relevant articles about a particular industry, company, or product.
Refer to the Harvard Business Review Guide to learn about Rutgers access to the Harvard Business Review.
Business Source Premier
This is the primary business article index. Publications included are Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Business Week, to name a few. For more accurate searching, click on the Subject: Thesaurus Term tab and enter a relevant subject phrase in a search box, selecting "subject" from the drop down.
ProQuest Natural Science Collection
(Rutgers-restricted access). This database includes trade and industrial publications, journals issued by professional and technical societies, and specialized subject periodicals.
(Rutgers-restricted access). Scopus covers scientific literature and patents. It is useful for finding literature and studies related to a specific technology.
While Google Scholar is not restricted to Rutgers users, you are encouraged to access Google Scholar via Rutgers Libraries because the holding information will be linked to Rutgers Libraries. You are more likely to find the full-text articles that Rutgers subscribes to.