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How to use data sources: Science Daily

Science daily is becoming more popular as a tool for content generation and it is used by newspapers, magazines and bloggers.

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This is part of Sapio Research’s series: 16 Useful Desk Research Sources and how to use them

What is it?

Science Daily started in 1995. The site has more than six million monthly visitors and generates nearly 20 million page views a month and is steadily growing in its global audience. Science Daily does not charge a monthly fee and offers over 140,000 research articles.

Who can use it?

The award-winning website is held in high esteem by students, healthcare professionals, researchers, government agencies and the public. Science daily has been linked to universities, research agencies and professional associations. It is becoming more popular as a tool for content generation and it is used by newspapers, magazines and bloggers.

How to use it

When you arrive at the Science Daily website, the top and most recent articles will be displayed on the front page.

To search for an article, you can either use the pre-defined category drop downs or the search box.

For demonstration purposes let’s look at the science and technology category, artificial intelligence in particular

To view an article simply follow the link.

The articles provide a detailed summary and references to the original study