Biznar – A Deep Web Google Alternative

Marcy Phelps recently posted her “Favorite Alternatives to Google” on her blog, Phelps Research. Her list of four top Google alternatives included DuckDuckGo, TinEye, WolframAlpha and Biznar. Biznar – When I need to cut through the clutter and focus on high-quality sources, I head to this deep web business research portal. Right now they draw results […]

DWT Heading to the UK in September

Deep Web Technologies’ fearless leader, Abe Lederman, will travel from New Mexico, USA to Coventry, UK to attend the first ever Resource Discovery Tools for Health Libraries meeting on September 11. The growing use of discovery tools in the healthcare sector prompts discussion about suitable technologies and the nature of search for health librarians. The event […]

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 […]

UNECA promotes information discovery for African researchers

African research is on the rise, doubling the amount of research in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)-based fields between 2003 and 2012 (Worldbank).  While at this point, African researchers produce only 1 percent of the world’s research, the quality of that research is measurably improving.  And that’s where the United Nations Economic Commision for […]

DWT Visits the Library of Congress

Our CEO and CTO, Abe Lederman, journeyed to the Washington D.C. area this week to meet with FEDLINK librarians at the Library of Congress.  The Federal Library and Information Network (FEDLINK) serves federal libraries and information centers as their purchasing, training and resource-sharing consortium. Abe’s main purpose in visiting The District, aside from eating delicious food […]

Welcome to our Board of Advisors

We’d like to officially welcome the new Deep Web Technologies’ Board of Advisors!  The Board of Advisors will provide insights and strategic input to our executive staff and DWT’s mission. Mary Ellen Bates Bates Information Services, Inc. Mary Ellen Bates is the owner of Bates Information Services Inc., which she founded in 1991. She provides business research […]

Training for Federal Librarians – March 31, 2015

Federal librarians are part of an ever-growing pool of knowledge workers who increasingly need timely knowledge, greater research efficiency and information accuracy.  Aggregated databases, journals and e-books sources are now an integral part of a researcher’s repertoire.  One way to speed the research process while still finding accurate information is to use a federated search […]

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 […]

FEDLINK Librarians – Federated Search is at Your Door

If you’re a FEDLINK librarian, you probably know Science.gov.  Perhaps you’re familiar with WorldWideScience.org, the E-Print Network or National Library of Energy.  What you may not know is that the technology behind all of those searches is yours truly, Deep Web Technologies. DWT just made it a whole lot easier for FEDLINK libraries to provide […]

Another Happy Customer – New York Law Institute

Happy customers? That’s our specialty. Here is one: the oldest circulating law library in New York City, the New York Law Institute (NYLI). In April, NYLI deployed their new, customized federated search to consolidate their holdings into a single search. Members can take the law…erm…search into their own hands by logging in from the NYLI […]