October 4, 2015

Reference: Access to Six Datasets Added to World Wide Science Federated Search Service

From the OSTI Blog:

WorldWideScience.org now offers the capability to search scientific data collections.  Six new data sources have been added to WWS.org, representing a significant milestone in improving access to scientific data from around the world.  Users seeking scientific datasets can conduct a real-time, one-stop search and immediately gain access not only to the metadata but to the actual scientific data itself.

The six datasets are:

Direct to WorldWideScience.org Advanced Search Interface

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