The databases below have been arranged from top to bottom based on the number of food science articles contained in each database. Therefore, to be efficient, search the databases from top to bottom in the order that they appear. For graduate research, it is usually best to start off with 2-3 search terms in the databases "Title Field."
In addition to the databases to the left, the databases below offer additional articles related to food chemistry.
If you are at an IIT workstation, or using the IIT wireless network, you can access the e-book collections by clicking on the appropriate link below. Otherwise, you can only access the library's e-book collections through your MyIIT Account. To do so, log into your MyIIT Account, and then click on "Library e-resources" at the top of the screen. Then select either "E" and "e-book collections" for Ebsco e-books, or "S" and "Springer e-books" for Springer e-books. For more information, see Accessing Library Resources From Home.
The best way to locate a thesis written by an IIT student is to conduct an Author search using the student's last name. You may also conduct a title search using the title of the student's thesis