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Monday, 12th February 2007

Science.gov 4.0 Goes Live

Science.gov 4.0 Goes Live
From the site:

Now you can refine your search queries, email your search results and sort your results in a variety of ways using Science.gov Version 4.0.

Direct to Science.gov

Over 1850+ science-related sites are part of a targeted crawl. You'll also find access to these science databases from U.S. government agencies.

See Also: A History of the Science.gov Database
The site/database first launched in December 2002.

Source: DOE/OSTI and USGS, Web sites by Topic maintained by CENDI.


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