Web of Science users will see a new interface and enjoy many great new search features the next time they log in to the database. On July 17th, the new Web of Science became the primary platform for this popular search tool. New features include:
- Left hand truncation (*phosphate = monophosphate, triphosphate, etc.)
- Automatic searches for variant spelling variations (colour/color, mice/mouse)
- Institutional name variants searched automatically
- Anytime/anywhere access with your username and password
- Researcher ID integration (search by researcher ID number)
- Improved layout for cited references including full text and open URL links and sorting options
- Refine and analyze by funding agency
- Citation report enhancements
- More options to manage and output selected records
- And much, much more
Visit See What's New! @ Web of Science for more information.
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