- Grace TALv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Following are some search engines for you too look for topics:
Scirus - a web search engine devoted to
Science & Technology, developed by Elsevier publishers.
• Google Scholar - the google guys have produced a good
product here, but it shouldn't be used in place of journal indexes!
• Google: Biology - pre-selected web pages on LOTS of topics.
• Biology Browser - a web page produced by BIOSIS, which is
a good starting point for locating biology information on the web.
ANNUAL REVIEWS - online access to ALL of the Annual Reviews
we currently subscribe to. A good source of REVIEW articles.
ProQuest - a good place to start your research.
WEB OF SCIENCE - this is a good, interdisciplinary index
with a unique feature which allows you to search for articles
which CITE a particular article.
Good luck on searching!Source(s): Grace TA & net search