28 comments on “Where to find new scholarly research papers: 30 key, free websites

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  3. By email, Martin Kesselman suggested AgNIC http://www.agnic.org/

    AgNIC facilitates and participates in partnerships and cooperation among institutions and organizations world-wide that are committed to the identification, delivery and preservation of reliable, freely-available, evaluated, digital content and quality services for agriculture, food, and natural resources information.

    You can search, and get feeds, but I can’t see any substantial lists of new research papers.

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  10. how do I find a research paper on power generation topic?Its my first time that I am finding research paper.I am an electrical power Engineering final year student

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