Scirus is a comprehensive science-specific search engine on the Internet. Driven by the latest search engine technology, Scirus searches over 167 million science-specific Web pages, enabling you to quickly:
- Pinnpoint scientific, scholarly, technical and medical data on the Web.
- Find the latest reports, peer-reviewed articles and journals that other search engines miss.
- Offer unique functionalities designed for scientists and researchers.
Scirus science search engine allows you to:
- Filter out non-scientific sites. For example, if you search on Dolly, Google finds Dolly Parton, Scirus finds the cloned sheep.
- Find peer-reviewed articles such as PDF and PostScript files, which are often invisible to other search engines.
- Search the world’s largest database of scientific, technical and medical journals and Scirus goes deeper than the first two levels of a Web site, thereby revealing much more relevant information.
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