|NASS - National Agricultural Statistics Service Quick Stats 2.0 (USDA)||
Quick Stats 2.0 is the most comprehensive tool for accessing agricultural data published by NASS. It allows you to discover exactly the information you desire, whether it is based on commodity, location, or time period. You can then visualize the data on a map, manipulate and export the results, or save a link for future use.
|NASS - National Agricultural Statistics Service Statistics by Subjects (USDA)||
Obtain an agricultural statistics profile for a particular subject area or commodity. Data is currently available in the following areas: crops and plants, livestock and animals, and economics.
|National Technical Reports Library (U.S. Department of Commerce)||
Worldwide searching for federally funded bibliographic science and technology research information is now free on the basic Public Access NTRL website. The Public Access NTRL is open to all users (domestic and international) for search and discovery. To further enhance your search results with the full-text document, you must register and accept the "Terms and Conditions of Use" of NTRL.
|National Transportation Statistics||
"Statistics on the U.S. transportation system, including its physical components, safety record, economic performance, the human and natural environment, and national security."
|Natural Medicines (Therapeutic Research Center)||
This database is a premier source for evidence-based information about natural and herbal remedies and includes information about effectiveness, dosing, interactions, adverse effects, and mechanisms of action.
|Naxos Music Library (Naxos Digital Services)||
Music streaming database offers the complete Naxos and Marco Polo catalogues plus the complete catalogues or selected titles from classical, jazz and world music labels. This resource is limited to 15 simultaneous users.
|Naxos Music Library - Jazz Collection (Naxos Digital Services)||
Music streaming database contains over 130,000 tracks and featuring labels such as Fantasy and Prestige. This resource is limited to 5 simultaneous users.
|NBER Working Papers (National Bureau of Economics Research)||
A collection of working papers in economics and finance. They are intended to make results of NBER research available to other economists in preliminary form to encourage discussion and suggestions for revision before publication.
|NDSU Repository (NDSU Libraries)||
NDSU's Repository is a service of the NDSU Libraries. It collects, preserves, and distributes digital materials produced or maintained by the NDSU community in order to facilitate digital preservation and promote scholarly communication.
|NIH RePORTER (National Institutes of Health Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools Expenditures and Results)||
A searchable repository of NIH-funded research projects and access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding.
|North Dakota Biography Index (NDSU)||
An ongoing project of the NDSU Institute for Regional Studies provides access to biographical sketches found in a wide variety of North Dakota publications. Currently contains some 250,000 names from published biographical sketches of North Dakotans. Names continue to be added on a regular basis. Consult the Institute's information page for the scope and content of the records and for ordering copies.
|North Dakota Naturalization Records Index (NDSU)||
Compiled at the State Historical Society of North Dakota, where all original county naturalization records are preserved and have been microfilmed. In cooperation with the NDSU Institute for Regional Studies, the index is made available as a searchable database.
|North Dakota News (Newsbank)||
Includes coverage of 26 newspapers published in North Dakota.
|NYTimes.com (The New York Times)||
Stay connected to the people, places and topics that matter most with unlimited news, videos and multimedia. After registration, you can enjoy access to NYTimes.com from any network or location!
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Complimentary access is brought to NDSU students, staff and faculty by NDSU Student Government in partnership with the Provost's Office.