- Link to Scopus - University username and password required
Scopus gives references to peer-reviewed literature in all subject areas. It includes journal articles (including 'in press' items), books, conference proceedings and patents.
It is possible to search for topics, authors (including by ORCID ID), author affiliation and funders.
Extensive analytical tools also allow you to:
- analyse your search results by year, source, author, affiliation, country or territory, document type and subject area
- compare journal impact to help you decide where to publish
- see the citation impact and scholarly community engagement for an article
- analyse the citation trend for any given article, set of results or for a list of author documents
- view an author profile to analyse and track an individual's citation history
Covers 1823 onwards. Updated daily. Cited references are included back to 1970.
Help & guidance
Contact your Academic Liaison Librarian for additional advice on using this resource.
You can save your references to EndNote in the following ways. Just select your references in Scopus using the checkboxes to the left of each item and click on 'Export' . Select the 'RIS Format' for your download.
- Desktop EndNote - Direct export - Find out more about saving references into Desktop EndNote
- EndNote online - Download & import using the 'Scopus' import option - Find out more about saving references into EndNote online
- What is EndNote?