The Web of Knowledge database service is changing its name to Web of Science, and changing its front page, database coverage, search features, and more!
The highlight is a new search page, with a simple search box and streamlined drop-down menus. New database coverage includes the BIOSIS Citation Index from 1924 — present, a terrific upgrade in our access to biology literature. We are also testing out the Data Citation Index, a new product for finding published data sources.
Remember, the Web of Science still includes access to the Social Sciences Citation Index, and the Arts and Humanities Citation Index.