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Financial Times – new features


Our subscription to the Financial Times now contains new features –

FT Confidential Research combines the FT’s proprietary survey data and on-the-ground research from China and Southeast Asia, to give you predictive investment insights and indicators for key sectors and trends in the region.

Instant Insight offers timely and authoritative analysis of the breaking news stories of the day. Understand the implications before anyone else through the insight of our award-winning columnists and global network of specialists.

Further Info

Financial Times is listed on our Databases AZ list and DiscoverEd.  First time users will be asked to register.  This then provides access to a range of additional tools and resources on FT.com including:

  • Exclusive FT News and Comment (including Lex)
  • Industry-specific insight and analysis Surveys/in-depth reports – industries, countries and business trends
  • Power Search tool searching through the 5-year FT archive
  • View print edition – exclusive previews from the Financial Times newspaper
  • Editors Choice email
  • FT.com app


Trials – new e-resources on trial

logo-japan-timesWe have trial access to The Japan Times Online until 31st May.

Japan Times Online is the oldest English-language newspaper in Japan, founded in March 1897 (Meiji 30). It has been published to promote mutual understandings between Japan and other countries. This newspaper includes unique articles which cannot be read in Japanese-language newspapers. Japan Times Online includes articles from 1999-present. (We are also trialling the archive which contains content from 1897-2013).


VB_human_anatomy_atlas_PORTAL_btnWe have trial access to Visible Body until 22nd May.

Visible Body is a suite of online programs that cover anatomy, physiology, muscles, the skeleton and the circulatory system through interactive 3D models, animations, quizzes and more.


Feedback and further info

We are interested to know what you think of these e-resources as your comments influence purchase decisions so please fill out our feedback form.

A list of all trials currently available to University of Edinburgh staff and students can be found on our trials webpage.