Physiology, Biochemistry and Biophysics
Physiology describes the biological processes in live organisms. Biochemistry and Biophysics have developed from Physiology and there is substantial overlap between the three disciplines.
How do you get hold of the books?
All books may be searched in REX,. Here you get direct access to the electronic books. Printed books from 1999-2007 are accessible on open shelves and are placed after subject. Older printed books must be ordered (form in Danish). From 2008, books are on open shelves, but placed by numerus currens (by number of inclusion in the collections). You may find them by searching major keywords in our catalogue REX.
How do you keep up your information literacy?
If you wish to improve your information literacy in areas like database search, reference
handling or design of personal databases, we offer
Undergraduates og graduate students look at special offers here. (Page in Danish).
If you are a research group who wishes to arrange a seminar about the many library offers and possibilities, please contact the Academic Adviser.
Physiology, Biochemistry and Biophysics at University of Copenhagen
of Medical Physiology
Department of Medical Biochemistry and Genetics
Department of Molecular Biology
Kemisk Institut (Department of Chemistry)
Department of Exercise and Sports Sciences
Niels Bohr Institute
Department of Basic Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Department of Human Nutrition
Department of Natural Sciences
Special wishes and questions
Should you have any suggestions or wishes concerning information resources in Physiology, Biochemistry or Biophysics, please suggest this here.
Should you have any library-related questions in the areas of Physiology, Biochemistry or Biophysics, write to the Academic Adviser or phone 33475131.