Finally in this week’s tour of popular online resources for finding academic journal articles that go beyond the Discovery Service, we take a look at the world’s most comprehensive reference database for life science research: BIOSIS Previews. Part of the Web …

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Bioline International is a not-for-profit scholarly publishing cooperative committed to providing open access to quality research journals published in developing countries with the goal of reducing the South to North knowledge gap and improve the understanding of tropical medicine, infectious diseases, …

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First up in our showcase of Biological Science databases this week is Biomed Central.  The largest open access publisher in the world, BioMed Central publishes over 290 peer-reviewed open access journals across the fields of biology, chemistry, clinical medicine and …

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How biological species got their name Have you ever wondered how biological species got their names? How biologists can claim to know which of the many species of earthworm or which of the millions of bacteria they are actually looking …

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