INIS Sees Impressive Searches Through WorldWideScience.org

The International Nuclear Information System, INIS, operated by the International Atomic EnergyAgency (IAEA) in Vienna, Austria, houses the INIS Collection which offers access to over 3.6 million bibliographic records and over 350,000 full-text documents on topics such as Radioactive Waste Management, Nuclear Safety and the Fukushima and Chernobyl accidents. This set of non-conventional literature is […]

DWT Partners with Microsoft Translator

We are now a Microsoft Translator Alliance Partner. DWT was invited to join the brand new Microsoft Translator Partner program which is designed to create opportunities for businesses to deliver best-in-class translation solutions. DWT uses the Microsoft Translator API to create multilingual search solutions for global customers. These solutions tap into the available Microsoft Translator languages and […]

WorldWideScience.org 2015 Enhancements

WorldWideScience.org has received a tremendous amount of press so far in 2015. On January 8th, Microsoft published a case study on WorldWideScience.org and Deep Web Technologies: “WorldWideScience.org is the result of years of research and innovation. Although the underlying technology itself is exciting, Deep Web Technologies and the WorldWideScience Alliance are most interested in what it […]

Check Out Our Article in Multilingual.com Magazine

The April/May 2015 issue of Multilingual.com Magazine features a new article, “Advancing science by overcoming language barriers,” co-authored by DWT’s own Abe Lederman, and Darcy Katzman.   The article discusses the Deep Web vs. the dark web, and the technology needed to find results in scientific and technical, multilingual Deep Web databases.   It also speaks […]

Microsoft Case Study – Bridging the Gap Between Language and Science

On January 8, 2015, Microsoft published a new, Customer Solution Case Study about Deep Web Technologies’ innovative search technology developed in collaboration with the WorldWideScience Alliance.  Using the Microsoft Translation services, the search application WorldWideScience.org allows users to search in their native language, find results from sources around the world, and read the results translated […]

Hello WorldWideEnergy.org – Goodbye ETDE

In June of 2014, the Energy Technology Data Exchange (ETDE) ended.  It must have been a sad day for the Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), having nurtured ETDE from a fledgling search site over 27 years ago to a venerable collection of over 5 million literature citations and over 90 participating countries. But […]

WorldWideScience.org: A 2014 Makeover

WorldWideScience.org lets users search for science around the world in a matter of seconds.  First deployed in 2008, this transformational technology unearths content that under normal circumstances would remain only available to users searching a database specifically.  And if that’s not enough, scientists and researchers can search in their own language for cutting-edge information from […]

The End of an Era Comes to OSTI

Dr. Walter Warnick, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), is retiring in early January 2014 after 17 years as Director. Dr. Warnick embraced the idea of knowledge dissemination, and championed aggressive efforts to capitalize on technological advances such as federated search.   Abe Lederman, DWT’s President and CTO […]

DWT Search Portal Instead of a Book? Why Not?

While many schools of thought might consider this notion preposterous verging on sacrilegious, David Wojick suggests that WorldWideScience.org (WWS) just happens to be THAT good.  In his interview on Scholarly Kitchen’s Chefs’ Selections:  The Best Books Read During 2013 (Part 2) he states: WWS integrates almost a hundred other science portals, most of which are national in scope, […]

A greater need than ever for multilingual federated search

Multilingual federated search, the ability to search and to view results from foreign language sources in your own language, may be just an interesting idea to some but there is a strategic value to the technology. Consider this article published by the BBC in March of 2011: China ‘to overtake US on science’ in two […]