More Chrome Search Engines

In a previous post, I described how you could configure the Google Chrome browser to make searching simple.  For example, if you wanted to search PubMed you would simply type PubMed, press the Tab key, and enter your search query.

Here are a few additional databases that you can add to your list.Simply right-click on the links below, and select Copy Link Address from the popup menu, and add them to Chrome as described previously.

If you want to narrow your NCBI-related searches, take a look at my tips on using PubMed more effectively.



About Mark Fortner

I write software for scientists doing drug discovery and cancer research. I'm interested in Design Thinking, Agile Software Development, Web Components, Java, Javascript, Groovy, Grails, MongoDB, Firebase, microservices, the Semantic Web Drug Discovery and Cancer Biology.
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