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Science.gov 3.0

Science.gov is a gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results. It searches across 30 databases and 1,800 Web sites. and 47 million pages in real time. The Science.gov Alliance is composed of 17 organizations within 12 federal science agencies and the Government Printing Office.

  • Introducing Science.gov 3.0 and a more precise search! (Science.gov introduction page)
  • Science.gov goes 3.0, By Joab Jackson, Government Computer News, 11/21/05.

    Version 3 … incorporates bibliographic information into its searches. The feature, dubbed “MetaRank,” ranks the relevance of data to the search term by using title, author, date, abstract and other keyword identifiers.

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