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Search represents the driving force behind the web, and Scirus is the most
comprehensive science-focused search engine available on the internet,
supporting over one million researchers, scientists and students worldwide.
Scirus offers users a unique combination of free web information and journal
content, clearly branding search results from proprietary sources, assuring
users the validity of the content. Web sources searched by Scirus include
research institutes, governments, scientific organizations, conferences,
scientists' homepages and company homepages worldwide.
In 2006 Scirus received the 'Best Specialty Search Engine Web Award' for the
third consecutive year from the Web Marketing Association (WMA).
Scirus currently covers 6.6 million ScienceDirect articles, which is only a
small portion of the more than 300 million pages and articles indexed. The key
to Scirus' success is to remain an independent, reliable and comprehensive
Scirus topic pages
Scirus has recently launched 'Topic Pages', which provide an informal communication
and collaborative platform for academic authors. These pages facilitate sharing of
knowledge and provide the latest and most relevant journal and web results. These
freely available pages are dedicated to specific topics and will include a concise
but informative synopses written by the author, as well as author contributions
with references, links to resources, cited working articles and web results and
topic relevant web links. The pages also offer authors the opportunity to increase
their visibility within a particular field of topic-relevant research.
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