Explore articles

Article visualization

  • ACS ChemWorx – Collaborative reference manager coupled with tools and services for authors.
  • Colwiz – Create citations and bibliography and set up your research groups on the cloud to share files and references.
  • eLife Lens – Provides for researchers, reviewers, authors and readers a novel way of looking at online content.
  • Elsevier "Article of the Future" – Aims to revolutionize the format of the academic paper in regard to presentation, content and context.
  • Interactive Science Publishing – Allows authors to publish large datasets with original source data that can be viewed interactively by readers.
  • Mendeley – A platform comprising a social network, reference manager, article visualization tools.
  • Pubget – Search engine for life-science PDFs.
  • PubReader – Alternative web presentation that offers another, more reader-friendly way to read literature in PMC and Bookshelf.
  • ReadCube – Read, manage & discover new literature.
  • Utopia Docs – Pdf reader that connects the static content of scientific articles to the dynamic world of online content.
  • Wiley Anywhere Article – Enhanced HTML article from Whiley publisher.
  • Wiley Smart Article – Enhanced article tools for chemistry content in Whiley journals.

Search engines and curators

  • BibSonomy – Share bookmarks and lists of literature.
  • CaptoMe – Metadata platform with rich biomedical content and information management tools for well-organized research.
  • CiteUlike – Search, organize, and share scholarly papers.
  • Colwiz – Create citations and bibliography and set up your research groups on the cloud to share files and references.
  • ContentMine – Uses machines to liberate 100,000,000 facts from the scientific literature.
  • Data Elixir – A weekly collection of the best data science news, resources, and inspirations from around the web.
  • DeepDyve – Instant access to the journals you need Search engines and curators.
  • EvidenceFinder – Enriches your literature exploration by suggesting questions alongside your search results. (blog post)
  • F1000 – Leading biomedical experts helping scientists to discover, discuss and publish research.
  • Google Scholar – Provides a way to broadly search for scholarly literature across disciplines and sources.
  • LazyScholar – Chrome extension to help your literature search.
  • Mendeley – A unique platform comprising a social network, reference manager, article visualization tools.
  • Microsoft Academic Search – Find information about academic papers, authors, conferences, journals, and organizations from multiple sources.
  • MyScienceWork – Diffuse scientific information and knowledge in a free and accessible way.
  • Nowomics – Follow genes, proteins and processes to keep up with the latest papers and data relevant to your research.
  • Paperity – Aggregator of open access papers and journals Search engines and curators.
  • Paperscape – Visualise the arXiv, an open, online repository for scientific research papers.
  • PubChase – Life sciences and medical literature recommendations engine. (blog post)
  • Pubget – Search engine for life-science PDFs.
  • PubNiche – A scientific research news curator.
  • PubPeer – Search for publications and provide feedback and/or start a conversation anonymously.
  • ReadCube – Read, manage & discover new literature.
  • Scicurve – Transforms systematic literature review into interactive and comprehensible environment.
  • Sciencescape – Innovation in the exploration of papers and authors.
  • Scientific Journal Finder – Search engine, which recommends a list of journals based on title and abstract of scientific manuscript.
  • Scizzle – Curator that automagically finds new and relevant research papers. (blog post)
  • Sparrho – Personalized recommendation engine for science – allowing you to keep a bird's eye view on all things scientific.
  • SSRN – Multi-disciplinary online repository of scholarly research and related materials in social sciences.
  • Wiki Journal Club – Open, user-reviewed summaries of the top studies in medical research.
  • Zotero – Helps you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.