Tag Archives: Databases

Different Results from Different Databases

The statement different search engines and databases get different results may elicit different responses from different people.  Some may say “well of course” others may say “wait they aren’t all basically the same”, while others may chime in “well you … Continue reading

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New Elgar online law databases

University researchers now have access to the following new Elgar online resources via the D’Angelo Law Library’s subscription: Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law Elgar Encyclopedia of International Economic Law Elgar Encyclopedia of Law and Economics Elgar Encyclopedia of Private International … Continue reading

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EUON Updates Website, Adds Two Searchable Databases

On June 11, 2018, the European Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON) announced that its website now features the following two searchable databases, NanoData and eNanoMapper: NanoData: Contains data on different products, research projects, publications, patents, and companies, and helps users to … Continue reading

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New ACLU and United Nations Databases Available at UVA

It’s 2018—are you researching civil rights, immigration, or women’s issues? How about climate change or international politics? The UVA Law Library is excited to announce the acquisition of two new online research databases that may pique your interest.  Now available … Continue reading

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Presidential Signing Statements Databases

Profs. Neil Kinkopf (Georgia State) and Peter Shane (Ohio State, Moritz) last week posted Signed Under Protest: A Database of Presidential Signing Statements, 2001-2009 (Version 2.0) on SSRN. The paper updates their earlier work on President George W. Bush's signing… … Continue reading

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