NLM Musings from the Mezzanine: “NLM’s PubMed has long been recognized as a critical resource for helping researchers, health care professionals, students, and the general public keep current with rapid advances in the life sciences. We are excited to introduce an updated version of PubMed that features an updated design and technology to improve the user experience. Launched in 1996 as an experimental website, PubMed has provided an easy, effective way to search a large portion of the published biomedical literature free of charge. The importance of PubMed is evidenced by its heavy use. Each day, more than 2 million people use PubMed to search a corpus of more than 30 million abstracts and citations, making it one of the most frequently used U.S. government websites…
We invite you to experience the latest version of PubMed for yourself!
- Are you looking for the most relevant papers in a given area? Try the Best Match sort option.
- Are you writing a grant proposal or peer-reviewed manuscript? We expect that the Cite button will come in quite handy.
- Are you a power user constructing a systematic review? The Advanced Search workflow has been updated to be more intuitive and flexible.
- Do you need to access PubMed while away from your desktop? Your mobile device now provides the same full-featured experience via PubMed’s modern, responsive design…”
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