Check Out the New and Improved Today’s Science!

Check Out the New and Improved Today’s Science!

Infobase is delighted to announce the relaunch of the award-winning Today’s Science database! The new fully responsive design, more intuitive navigation, easier access to key content, larger images, and other exciting enhancements mean a more efficient, effective, and user-friendly experience. Follow the links at the end of this blog to get the full details, and take a free trial!

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Key Enhancements:

  • Fully responsive design—optimized for desktop, tablet, and mobile
  • Easier to navigate 
  • Access the database’s rich resources from every page using the top-left drop-down menu—Crossword puzzles, Editorial cartoons & questions, Glossary, Year in Science, Conversations with Scientists, Video news briefs, Research topics, and other key content are always at your fingertips
  • Hundreds of up-to-date articles covering major themes and topics across a number of science disciplines
  • Enhanced searching—tabbed search results make it simple to find the exact results you’re looking for
  • Larger images and more visual appeal
  • Dynamic citation options now offer EasyBib export functionality
  • Enhanced Curriculum Tools landing page

What Is Today’s Science?

Today’s Science bridges the gap between the science taught in class and real-world discoveries—giving in-depth explanations of important advances in biology, chemistry, environmental science, space, physics, and technology. Thousands of original articles written by scientists and science journalists are presented in easy-to-understand language, based on the most current peer-reviewed journal articles. With its featured articles, Conversations with Scientists, crossword puzzles, editorial cartoons with questions, an extensive backfile dating back to 1992, and more, this essential STEM resource shows how the scientific method can be applied to everyday life, helping users think like scientists—applied science in a nutshell.

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