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WorldWideScience.org? is a global science gateway to national and international scientific databases and portals. It provides real-time searching and translation of globally dispersed multilingual scientific literature.
The Information Bridge provides free public access to full-text documents and bibliographic citations of Department of Energy (DOE) research report literature.
Science.gov is a single query gateway to federated authoritative information provided by 14 U.S. government agencies, including research and development results.
E-print Network provides a gateway to Web sites and databases worldwide, containing e-prints in basic and applied sciences in physics, chemistry, life sciences, materials science, information technologies, energy research, and other disciplines of interest to DOE. Publicly available to research communications for scientists, engineers, and the general public. This is a Science Accelerator resource.
The DOE Data Explorer can be used to find collections of DOE sponsored scientific research data, such as computer simulations, figures and plots, interactive maps, multimedia, numeric files, and scientific images.
Science Conference Proceedings provides the capability to search for conference information on multiple web sites and databases with a single query utilizing a combination of surface web and deep web tools.
The DOE R&D Accomplishments is a central forum for information about the outcomes of past DOE-sponsored or generated research and development which have had significant economic impact, have improved people's lives, or have been widely recognized as a remarkable advance in science.
Energy Citations Database (ECD) provides improved access to scientific and technical information (STI) from the Department of Energy and predecessor agencies, as well as other literature in disciplines of interest to DOE.
DOepatents is a searchable database of patent information resulting from DOE-sponsored research and development (R&D). Included here are patents that DOE sponsored through a variety of funding mechanisms, including grants, contracts, or cooperative agreements from the 1940s to today.