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Scienceroll Medical Search is a personalized medical metasearch engine. You can choose the databases you want to search in and exclude any of them to make your search as individualized as possible.

 SCIRUS is the most comprehensive scientific research tool on the web. With over 370 million scientific items indexed at last count, it allows researchers to search for not only journal content but also scientists' homepages, courseware, pre-print server material, patents and institutional repository and website information.
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Sweet Search is a search engine that is solely meant for students. When launching a search here the information that will be retrieved will come from one of the 35,000 sites that have been approved by the site’s staff of teachers and librarians only.

doaj Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals.

Search for records from scientific databases

Search Engines Every College Student Needs


Use these great search engines to aid in your research for papers, projects and more.

  1. Google Scholar: With Google Scholar you can search through thousands of guaranteed scholarly (and appropriate for use in a paper) articles and research reports.
  2. WorldCat: If you need a book and they don’t have it at your local library, use this tool to find out where the closest location you can find the book is.
  3. Scirus: Using this search tool you can browse or search through loads of great scientific articles–great for last-minute research.
  4. HighBeam Research: This tool searches through numerous sites to find the articles that you’re looking for.
  5. iSeek: Students and teachers alike can find great information using this site that searches through only trusted resources.
  6. Librarian’s Internet Index: Make sure you’re finding reliable, truthful information by using this search tool.
  7. Vadlo: This search engine allows users to search through thousands of resources in the life sciences and biomedical fields.
  8. Virtual Learning Resource Center: You’ll find a great collection of resources on this site to help you complete your projects in everything from economics to art history.
  9. Open Library: If you don’t have time to run out to the library, you can find online resources to use for free using this search engine.
  10. Online Journals Search Engine: Use this search engine to find great scientific journal articles.

Getting Answers

Check out these search engines for help finding answers to your important questions and organizing information.

  1. Ask a question and other users will post their answers on this helpful site.
  2. AskMeNow: Use this search site to find answers from experts on a wide range of topics.
  3. Powerset: This tool uses Wikipedia to answer your question, bringing up the most relevant information.
  4. Lexxe: Simply type a question into this site to get search results that best answer it.
  5. Online Conversion: You can convert just about any unit to another using this great tool. Simply search to find the conversion you need.
  6. Tablefy: This site will allow you to compare just about anything from products to websites and give you the information in an easy to use table.
  7. MetaGlossary: Using this tool, you can find the meaning of millions of phrases, terms and acronyms.
  8. BrainBoost: Try out this question-answering engine to see if you can’t find just what you’re looking for.

Med Students

Whether you’re already in med school or planning to head there when you graduate, these tools offer great search capabilities for all kinds of health-related information.

  1. PubMed: This site lets you search through the holdings at the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
  2. MedScape: Find all kinds of useful health-related articles through this site.
  3. OmniMedicalSearch: This medical site lets you search for articles, news, photos and more.
  4. Healthline: Check out this basic site to find information on a variety of medical conditions.
  5. Healthfinder: Here you’ll find a collection of government health resources that you can search through in both English and Spanish.
  6. Antibiotic Guide: If you need to know anything about an antibiotic, you’ll find it using this search site from Johns Hopkins.
  7. Medical Designed with students in mind, this site is full of searchable information that can help you in your studies.
  8. Use this search site as a starting point to learning more about prescription drugs of all kinds.


These search engines will allow you to conduct big, personalized searches.

  1. WikiSlice: This site will let you search through wikipedia for a given term, giving you all the articles that reference it.
  2. Dogpile: Use this search engine to search through Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask all at once.
  3. MetaCrawlerWeb: Save yourself some time and search through all the big search engines at once on this site.
  4. mamma: Whether you’re looking for web results, video or images, this site brings you the best results from the biggest search engines out there.
  5. Myriad Search: Search through several major search engines on this site, with the option to customize your results.
  6. HotBot: Choose from several search engines to use on this meta site.
  7. SurfWax: This site will help you make the most of your searches, offering custom tools for searching Wikipedia, RSS feeds, news, shopping and more.
  8. Clusty: With the option to limit searches to topics like blogs, images, Wikipedia and more, this site makes finding what you need a whole lot easier.
  9. Copernic Agent: Find what you’re looking for in a snap using this customizable search tool.

Images and Visual Displays

If you need images for a project or just for fun, these sites make it easy to find what you’re looking for.

  1. Image Toss: Use this search tool to find great images.
  2. Picsearch: This site will let you search through billions of images to find what you need.
  3. Fagan Finder: An indispensable tool for searching for images, this site lets you search through stock photos, search engines, photo sharing sites and more.
  4. TinEye Reverse Image Search: Have an image but don’t know where it came from? This search site can help.
  5. Pixsy: Use this site to search through tons of pictures and images to find what you’re looking for.
  6. Netvue: With this site you’ll see images and animations displayed beautifully so you’ll find just what you’re looking for.
  7. Creative Commons Search: Find images you can use for free on this site.
  8. Middlespot: Search through the images on this site and collect them using the site’s tools so you can use them later.


Find videos and music galore using these search engines.

  1. List your favorite bands on this site, and the search feature will direct you towards other artists you might like.
  2. Dailymotion: On this site you’ll find thousands of videos you can look through each day.
  3. YouTube: As the best-known video-hosting site on the web, this search tool is a best bet for finding the videos you need.
  4. FindSounds: Whether you need a new ring tone or just want to entertain yourself with funny sounds, you can find just about everything you need here.
  5. Blinkx: Search through tons of videos on this site.
  6. SeeqPod: Use this tool to search through millions of songs, and you can even listen to samples of your results.
  7. RadioLocator: Search through this site to find the best radio stations in your area.
  8. SkreemR: Find a wide range of MP3 files through this search engine. --


Academia is the easiest way to share papers with millions of people across the world for free.

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Microsoft Academic is a semantic search engine, not a keyword-based one.
Semantic search provides you with highly relevant search results from continually refreshed and extensive academic content from over 120 million publications.


Citeulike is a free service for managing and discovering scholarly references.


Journal articles, reports, conference papers and other materials become indexed in ERIC through a formal review process of the journals and other content sources. Materials from approved sources under agreement are selected and indexed, and new records are added to the collection.


JURN is a unique search tool, helping you to find free academic articles and books.
Search millions of free academic articles, chapters and theses. | Arts | Humanities | Business | Law | Nature | Science | Medical |



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RefSeek is a web search engine for students and researchers that aims to make academic information easily accessible to everyone. RefSeek searches more than one billion documents, including web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers.



Search for peer-reviewed journals, articles, book chapters and open access content.


The mission of the Virtual Learning Resources Center is to index thousands of the best academic information websites, selected by teachers and library professionals worldwide, in order to provide to students and teachers current, valid information for school and university academic projects!

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