Science.gov Version 5.0 was released today with even more science information for your search query. "For those who need reliable science information, and need it now, Science.gov is the search site of choice," said Eleanor Frierson, Deputy Director, National Agricultural Library and co-chair of the Science.gov Alliance. Science.gov 5.0 searches 200 million pages of scientific information and now provides links to related EurekAlert! Science News, and Wikipedia information on your science topics of interest. In addition, Science.gov offers "clustering" of results by subtopics or dates to more easily target searches and provides the capability to easily download search results into personal files or citation software. "Librarians and researchers will appreciate that Science.gov results can now be more easily imported, and the Wikipedia links and Eureka News features will be a bonus for everyone who loves science," said Tom Lahr, Deputy Associate Chief Biologist for Information, U.S. Geological Survey, and co-chair of the Science.gov Alliance.The Alerts and Email Search Results services have been updated. .
Last updated on Friday 13 September 2013