IMPORTANT: Access to Classic Scifinder Ended Dec 31, 2022
Access to CAS SciFinder (Classic SciFinder) ended December 31, 2022. SciFinder-n replaces the classic SciFinder. It is a new and improved version of SciFinder that has an updated interface and search algorithm. For more information about SciFinder-n take a look at the CAS SciFinder-n Help documentation.
Register for a SciFinder Web account using your ASUrite ID and password, wait for your activation email and then you can use the "Already Registered" link to access SciFinder Web both on and off-campus.
View all the online training opportunities provided by CAS. Self-paced and instructor led sessions can help you get the most of you need out of SciFinder-n.
SciFinder use is restricted to current ASU faculty, staff and students for educational purposes only.
The link below provides access to the SciFinder database through ASU. If you are a first-time user please register using your ASUrite ID and password using the "Register for a SciFinder Account" link here, or on the left-hand panel. After which you can use your newly created username and password to access SciFinder through the ASU link on or off-campus.
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