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Science.gov Goes Mobile Plus New Databases Added!

Via INFOdocket:

First, Science.gov Mobile is now available at m.science.gov as a web app. No download required.

Second, Science.gov added three new databases today that are available when searching either at Science.gov or m.Science.gov.

The new databases:

  • Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) (EPA) under Environment and Environmental Quality
  • DOE Data Explorer under Math, Physics, Chemistry (a product of Science Accelerator)
  • Energy Science and Technology Software Center (ESTSC) DOE (a product of Science Accelerator)

Science.gov now provides access to more than 45 databases that can be searched one at a time or simultaneously and can also be a very useful discovery tool to learn about U.S. government science databases accessible to the general public.

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