A recent discussion in a librarian's Facebook group sent me searching for free scientific resources on the Internet. I use Research Gate, and I have over 20 of them, and I store all the articles I review from peers.
The search engine Google searches for databases and provides a database of more than 1.5 million free scientific articles. The database contains articles from journals of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the International Society for the Advancement of Science (ISAS) and the European Society of Humanities and Social Sciences.
If you find a quote somewhere else in the bibliography of the scientific paper you are reading, there are several ways to find a copy. Accessing these resources from a computer at your university or university library is as easy as finding what ... Read more »