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NextBio: the search engine for life sciences data

What a great web 2.0 based site (watch the demo)! Just like you’d use Pubmed, but in a more dynamic way:

NextBio is a web-based scientific data search engine that offers instant access, search and collaboration across a vast repository of life sciences information. Our query interface makes it easy to ask questions about genes, pathways, study results, disease areas, compound treatments and biomarkers, just to name a few.


Genes, proteins, clinical experimental study result, everything. Give it a shot!

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  1. Hi,

    This is another free and effective customized Life Science Search Engine , which only searches your queries in about 6 thousand exclusively life science sites , and returns effective and meaningful results.

    The results can be further filtered based on many pre-defined labels for further accuracy.

    Please try a few searches based on your research area in life science to see the difference.

    The url is :

    July 23, 2007
  2. Thank you, Brij, for the link!

    I bookmarked it and will write about it soon.

    July 23, 2007

  3. BioScience Web Search

    Search engines designed to search for biological science information on the World Wide Web. These specialized search engines are cross-linked and offers search for bioscience-related journals, books, protocols, images and videos, softwares, jobs, events, definitions, and much more!

    August 17, 2008

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