Welcome to our Web of Science guide. Web of Science is a multidisciplinary citation and abstract database. It covers life sciences, biomedical sciences, engineering, social sciences, arts and humanities. As a citation database, it allows users to see how many times a paper/author has been cited and by whom. Web of Science also includes Journal Citation Reports (JCR), Incites and Essential Science Indicators, through the InCites platform. These are resources for identifying journal impact factors and institutional performance ranking.
Use Web of Science to:
Web of Science is useful for searching for literature that can help you with your research and determining the impact of scholarly works.
Web of Science is an abstract and citation database.
* Abstracts are brief synopses of articles.
* A citation gives credit to a source, and contains publication information such as author(s), title and date.
Most Web of Science citations link to the full-text version of the publication hosted on various publishers' platforms.
Web of Science Core Collection has:
The Web of Science Plaform has: