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    Hey, has anyone got a nature.com log-in? I badly need this article for my coursework but cant access it . Heres the link:
    http://www.nature.com/nature/journal...f/106275b0.pdf
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    (Original post by jimber)
    Hey, has anyone got a nature.com log-in? I badly need this article for my coursework but cant access it . Heres the link:
    http://www.nature.com/nature/journal...f/106275b0.pdf
    Thanks!
    Do you really need it for your coursework? Nature is a bit advanced for A level.
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    Do you really need it for your coursework? Nature is a bit advanced for A level.
    Yeah my coursework is titled "the effect of vital capacity on aerobic endurance", I can send you a copy if you like? I could do with an accurate formula to estimate vital capacity and the background info could be really helpful + I get marks for referencing a scientific journal
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    (Original post by jimber)
    Yeah my coursework is titled "the effect of vital capacity on aerobic endurance", I can send you a copy if you like? I could do with an accurate formula to estimate vital capacity and the background info could be really helpful + I get marks for referencing a scientific journal
    Ok, but don't make the mistake of getting hung up with a specific source. You can probably find it elsewhere if you can't get hold of that source. Also, for A level purposes, the source you reference doesn't have to be a journal, it can be textbooks, newspapers, online articles etc.

    All that taken into consideration, if you find that you do desperately need that Nature article, I'd first ask your science teachers, as one of them may have a subscription. If not, try asking in your local public library, although that may be a long shot. If all that fails, and you have a University near you, try asking if you can possibly use the library, as many of them will allow non-student access for a fee.
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    Ok, but don't make the mistake of getting hung up with a specific source. You can probably find it elsewhere if you can't get hold of that source. Also, for A level purposes, the source you reference doesn't have to be a journal, it can be textbooks, newspapers, online articles etc.

    All that taken into consideration, if you find that you do desperately need that Nature article, I'd first ask your science teachers, as one of them may have a subscription. If not, try asking in your local public library, although that may be a long shot. If all that fails, and you have a University near you, try asking if you can possibly use the library, as many of them will allow non-student access for a fee.
    Yeah theres actually 2 marks for using a scientific journal (retared i know), i thought lots of uni students had subscriptions which is why I just quickly asked here. Anyway i'll pm you my coursework so far :cool:
 
 
 
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