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Sciences Citation Styles: Getting Started

This guide is a resource for students using Sciences Citation Styles. It shows examples of how to cite a few types of resources, using the Council of Science Editors recommended style.

Scientific Style and Format

Introduction to Sciences Style

This page shows examples of only a few types of resources using the Council of Science Editors recommended style which is based on the style developed by the National Library of Medicine.

In the sciences, many journals have their own citation styles.  RefWorks will format your reference lists using many different journal citation styles.

All call numbers listed are those for the University of St. Thomas Libraries, St. Paul, MN.

This is used principally by the sciences fields.

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Use RefWorks to keep track of resources you find in your research, and to create your bibliography when finished.

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