You Can Now Access WorldWideScience.org Resources via Elsevier's SciVerse
The wealth of current and timely scientific and technical information from countries around the world found at WorldWideScience.org is now available as a SciVerse Hub application. By entering search terms in the free WWS application query box, users can search WWS in parallel with Elsevier’s SciVerse Hub content, thereby exposing researchers to high-value content from around the world that they might not otherwise discover.
Using the SciVerse Hub search query, the WWS application displays relevance-ranked search results in a parallel frame. Clicking on any of the links in the application will take the researcher to the publisher of the article or web page. Opening the application in the larger (Canvas) view will show the WWS site directly within SciVerse Hub.
See Also: Remember, the WorldWideScience.org Database is Free to Access and Use
WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway comprised of national and international scientific databases and portals.
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