Other Search Engines

The majority of researchers usually turn to “Google” and only return with little or unconfirmed information.

Below are 12 important sites in the field of science and culture.

* refseek site..
A search engine that provides academic resources in an easy way. More than a billion sources from books, magazines and news
And encyclopedias.

* WorldCat website.
An easy-to-use search engine that searches over 20,000 libraries and contains more than 2 billion sources. And you can find the nearest library to you..

* Springer website.
It contains more than 3 million sources in various scientific fields of articles, papers and conferences, and parts of books.

* Microsoft_Academic website.
It carries extensive research results, content for academics, and is constantly updated. It contains more than 120 million publications.

* Bioline website.
A voluntary search engine that collects articles published in scientific journals in developing countries such as Egypt, Turkey, Iraq, Jordan and others..

* EThOS website.
He holds more than 500,000 master’s and doctoral theses in all fields. https://ethos.bl.uk

* Research Paper’s in Economics website. A search engine that contains more than two million searches in economics and other related sciences.

* Science.gove website.
A US government scientific search engine that brings together more than 2,000 scientific websites and contains more than 200 million papers and reliable results.

* kotobgy website..
A search engine that contains millions of downloadable Arabic books. Kutobji – Arabic book search engine. https://www.kotobgy.com

* pdfdrive website.
The largest and best site to download books in all disciplines in PDF format. It contains more than 225 million books ready for direct download and can be used for study..

* ISEEK Education website.
Excellent search engine targeting students and teachers and administrators and others contain reliable materials..

* base_-search site..
One of the best and most powerful academic research engines. There are more than 100 million scientific documents.. 70% of the articles it contains are free..