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  1. Daily SearchCast, Oct. 6, 2005: Google Mixes Maps Into Local, A Search Engine For Leonardo Di Vinci's Notebooks, Tagging Google Results With Wink, Making Keyword-Based Feeds Easily & More!

    Added to Elsevier's Scirus Science-Specific Database Today's search podcast covers Google mixing maps with local, Google after college students again with print ads, the Scirus science search engine beefing up, a search engine for Di Vinci's...

  2. New Content Added to Elsevier's Scirus Science-Specific Database

    Scirus is a specialty web database that focuses on science-specific material from publishing powerhouse Elsevier. Scirus received an honorable mention in the Specialty Database category during this year's Search Engine Watch Search Awards.

  3. Scirus Adds 13 Million Patents to Database

    Scirus, Elsevier's science-specific web database that offers access to content from a targeted crawl of the open web along with material from many science focused specialized/deep web databases (including full text articles some free, some fee...

  4. Are You Wanted by the Recording Industry?

    Reed Elsevier, the unsung star of the internet revolution. It has created a Subpoena Database that lets you check the user names and IP addresses used on a file sharing service against a database of those user names specified in hundreds of...

  5. Scirus - A New Science Search Engine

    Scirus currently covers scientific resources available on the web, including the National Institute of Health's Medline database, and four "membership sources" including Elsevier's ScienceDirect database, BioMedNet, ChemWeb, and Neuroscion.