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If you just want to know how to get started, here’s how to conduct a basic search using ScienceServer:
  1. From the main Journal Index page, or from any of the journal browse pages, enter a few words into the Quick Search box at the top of the page. Select a word or words that describe the concept in which you are interested and type the terms into the text box. Word order is not important in this mode, and searches are not case sensitive.

Main journal page with qucik search box

  1. You can search all fields or select a specific field. Click on the down arrow to select a field.

  1. Click on the Submit button.

That's all there is to it.  ScienceServer returns a list of results based on relevance.  Select the article you want to view by clicking on the link to the Bibliographic Page, the Article Full Text HTML (where available), or the Article Full Text PDF.  Your institution may also have links to External Full Text or to an OpenURL implementation.  For details about reading and printing, go to read and print

If you’d like to perform a more detailed search, use the navigation bar to go to a search form.  If you want to know more about searching and search results, go to search.


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