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Google Scholar

A simple way to search broadly for scholarly literature. In a particular place you can search across many disciplines and sources such as articles, theses, books, abstract and etc. This search engine helps you to find relevant scientific works in all over the world of science.

Microsoft Academic Research 

Another top search engine for academic resources. Developed by Microsoft Research, it has more than 48 millions publications written by over 20 millions authors. It indexes range of scientific journals from computer science and engineering to social science and biology. It has brought in many new ways to search academic resources, such as papers, authors, conferences and journals. This academic search engine allows you to search information based on authors or domains.

Directory of Open Access Journals

Director of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is yet another free search engine for scientific and scholarly resources. The directory offers a huge range of topics within scientific areas of study. It is among the richest sources of scholarly database with over 8,000 journals available on different topics. All the journals are thoroughly peer-reviewed.

BioOne 

An excellent search engine for scientific information, BioOne contains academic resources for biological, environmental and ecological sciences. Established in 2000, it started as an NGO and later became an online academic journal directory. The journal gives free access to over 25000 institutions all over the world.

Scirus

A free web search engine developed especially for scientists, researchers and students. It enables anyone searching for scientific information to pinpoint the information they need–including peer-reviewed articles, patent information, author home pages and university web sites–quickly and easily. Scirus offers both Basic and Advanced search options–with the Advanced search, you can be more specific with what you are looking–(selecting a subject area or content source for instance) before searching.

ScienceResearch.com

A free, publicly available deep web search engine that uses advanced "federated search technology" to return high quality results by submitting your search query - in real-time - to other well respected search engines then collating, ranking and dropping duplicates of the results.

SciCentral

This site features a selection of the most reliable and timely resources for searching the scientific literature.

SciSeek

The oldest and most comprehensive science search engine on the Internet.

 

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