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The purpose of this thread is to compile links to any and all sorts of reference materials in the sciences that you use and would recommend to others. Please include the name, a short description of the site and a url for every link.

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PubMed: this site is where to go if you want to find just about anything that has been published in the medical sciences. You may not find anything beyond a citation though.

Highwire: I like highwire as it acts as a more user-friendly version of pubmed. In most cases, the links provided will be to the studies themselves and not just a citation. Very useful if you're a bit on the lazy side and don't have access to the sort of journals that pubmed relies on.

Reuters health: from the site welcome message, "Reuters Health (RH) is the world's leading provider of medical and healthcare news. Reuters Health news services are internationally recognized as unbiased, authoritative, timely and dependable, with the reputation for quality that one expects from a Reuters company."

Scientific American: a good popular science magazine.

Nature: another good science magazine/journal.

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The Public Library of Science site is a collection of several open-access journals covering biology and medicine.

The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a non-profit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.

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arXiv, a pre-print ('e-print') server, covering papers in Physics*, Mathematics, Computer Science and Quantitative Biology.

*including Astrophysics, General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, Mathematical Physics, Physics and Society, and much, much more.

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arXiv, a pre-print ('e-print') server, covering papers in Physics*, Mathematics, Computer Science and Quantitative Biology.

*including Astrophysics, General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, Mathematical Physics, Physics and Society, and much, much more.

Oops, I forgot the link: arxiv.org

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arXiv, a pre-print ('e-print') server, covering papers in Physics*, Mathematics, Computer Science and Quantitative Biology.

*including Astrophysics, General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, Mathematical Physics, Physics and Society, and much, much more.

Oops, I forgot the link: arxiv.org

Good one, that's a great place.

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