For a paper in the history of science, you'll want to:
This page provides a brief guide to some, few select sources to do just that. If you have questions, remember to contact your librarians.
If you are research the history of science, your primary source material might be scientific research reports and articles. Below are three excellent databases to find titles and abstracts (some full text) for those reports. As you explore, make sure you are reading the scientists' actual reports and not research reviews. To figure it out, look for:
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For more on how to dissect an article, check out this guide.
For additional recommendations, contact your subject liaison (Dr. Bee Lehman) at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule an appointment with them.