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Records from the Science Primary Literature database provide (where available) free full text access to journal and magazine articles (example). These links are also available through the Strategian Science blog and Science Bibliographies Online. Strategian provides secure and stable access to the full text (links at other sites may come and go). All currently available full text articles can be seen here. Questions? Please let…

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