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Ten Fed Agencies Team To Launch Science.gov Search Engine
The site, which is geared toward a wide audience that ranges from academics to private business owners, offers a compilation of information from 10 government agencies and 14 scientific and technical organizations.
Located at http://www.science.gov, the site is an offspring of Firstgov.gov, and houses information the multiple agencies that perform scientific research under one roof.
"Science.gov provides the unique ability to search across the content within databases as well as across Web sites," said Eleanor Frierson, deputy director of the National Agricultural Library and co-chair of the science.gov Alliance, the interagency group that created the site. "It shows that federal agencies can work together to pull off something that none of them could do individually."
Users can search for technical reports, journal citations, databases, fact sheets and links to other federal Web sites by clicking on one of 12 subject areas such as “agriculture and food” or “health and medicine.” Or they can complete a general search across all subject areas. Access to the site is free and does not require registration.
The project received
two of seven Firstgov.gov grants, giving Frierson and her co-directors
about $175,000 to work with. But she said that more money will be needed
to add features and keep monitoring the content to ensure that it is up-to-date
and of the highest quality.
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