Search for genes, diseases, species, techniques and other keywords - e.g. BRCA1, Notch, Alzheimer's disease, fly, CRISPR
Separate different terms with and, e.g. 'worm and gene expression'
Nowomics uses text mining to identify genes, species and thousands of biological terms in all new papers added to PubMed.
You follow genes, terms or searches, combine multiple terms to be really specific. It's like Twitter for life science papers.
Your news feed brings you new and popular journal articles relevant to your research, so you don't miss that all important paper.
Take the pain out of keeping up with literature - find new and popular papers in a personalised, searchable news feed instead of sifting though endless email alerts and tables of contents.
The news feed is designed to be fast to scan. Read abstracts inline, view topics mentioned in each paper for a quick overview and search everything.
Nowomics includes tweet and bookmark data from Altmetric so you can sort you're feed by the most talked about papers. Or sort by journal impact.
When you find a paper you want to save add it to your permanent library. You can also export to Mendeley.
Group your saved searches into categories to keep track of multiple projects or areas of interest.
Nowomics uses text mining to identify genes, species and thousands of MESH terms covering diseases, anatomy, processes, substances and techniques.
Instead of a single text search you automatically see results for many different variations. If you follow the gene EGFR it doesn’t matter if the paper calls it ‘epidermal growth factor receptor’, HER1 or ERBB1 - you still see the paper.
EGFR (human) = EGFR, 'epidermal growth factor receptor', HER1, ERBB1, ERBB
Nowomics takes advantage of hierarchies in MESH terms to find related matches. So if you follow Leukocytes (white blood cells) you can automatically see mentions of B-cells, T-cells, Natural Killer Cells, Neutrophils and other cell types.
For specific genes choose to include mentions of orthologs in other organisms, even if they have different names.
Read more about the data sources included in Nowomics.