Scientific Search Engines Are Getting More Powerful | WIRED


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The WIRED take on open article discovery/access > It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls https://t.co/iaeZlFU3t9

— lorcan dempsey (@lorcanD) December 10, 2017
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yesterday by bcoffield
How scientific search engines like Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, and Semantic Scholar are helping to bring more research papers out from behind paywalls
8 days ago by joeo10
Die unerwarteten Nebenwirkungen von Google Scholar und Co.
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8 days ago by grzbielok
research, paywalls, widening access
open_science  peer_production  Google_Scholar 
8 days ago by ptietjen
Interesting overview
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8 days ago by verwinv
Anurag Acharya’s problem was that the Google search bar is very smart, but also kind of dumb. As a Googler working on search 13 years ago, Acharya wanted to make search results encompass scholarly journal articles. via Pocket
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8 days ago by Werderbach
Scientific Search Engines Are Getting More Powerful via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2nqb8va
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9 days ago by stephenfrancoeur
But most science is still paywalled. More than three quarters of published journal articles—114 million on the World Wide Web alone, by one (lowball) estimate—are only available if you are affiliated with an institution that can afford pricey subscriptions or you can swing $40-per-article fees.
openaccess  academia 
9 days ago by craniac
Anurag Acharya’s problem was that the Google search bar is very smart, but also kind of dumb. As a Googler working on search 13 years ago, Acharya wanted to make search results encompass scholarly journal articles. via Pocket
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9 days ago by LaptopHeaven