Free science search for your site

You can add this science search box to your website or blog and give your readers direct access to science-specific searching using Intute, Google Scholar, Scirus, and Windows Live Academic.

You can add the search box to your site using a tiny snippet of javascript:

<script language=”JavaScript”
src=”http://sciencebase.com/science-search-box.js”>
</script>
<div align=”center”>
<a href=’http://www.sciencebase.com”>Science Search by Sciencebase</a><div>

Simply copy the code and paste it into a suitable slot in your site navigation or page.

If you think I’ve overlooked a particular science search engine, please let me know and I’ll try and add it to the script.

To see the science search box in action elsewhere check out the UsefulChem Blogspot.

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One thought on “Free science search for your site

  1. Hi David,

    As you know I adapted your script and added two more search engines here:
    (a part of the Spanish filter for Google Sc. and the DOAJ). On the link you can find the place of the script in case you want to take some ideas and create the 3.0 version.

    And voilĂ  the result:
    http://agar79.googlepages.com/search.htm

    Congratulations for your site, really a great work

    (well, first comment in English, uff…)

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