Useful links

Citation databases

Scholarly metrics

Researcher identifiers

Specialist international abstract databases and citation systems approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of Russia (for post-graduate students)

  • PubMed (MedLine)—biomedical literature.

  • Embase—an integrated web-based platform that provides access to high-quality, up-to-date, and reliable biomedical and pharmacological information.

  • Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)—paper abstracts on chemistry and related fields.

Resources for researchers

  • www.indicator.ru — popularscience site.

  • www.antiplagiat.ru — plagiarismdetection tool.

  • www.rscf.ru — The Russian Science Foundation (RSF) provides funding to scientific and sci-tech basic research programmes and projects aimed at acquiring new knowledge about the morphological complexity, functioning/behavior, and development of the man, society, and environment.

  • https://russia.cochrane.org/ —TheCochrane Library is a collection of databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making.

  • www.rsci.ru —asource of latest professional and business news for the academia and innovators.

  • www.scimagojr.com — scientometric, bibliometric, informetric research, and analysis of information visibility on the Web. 

Bibliographic management tools

  • Mendeley — a free bibliographic management tool with a cloud storage and an international social networking platform. 

  • Zotero — a browser extension that helps you to collect citations, save PDF documents, web pages, files, and useful web links, create personalised topic-based bibliographies. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zotero

  • Citavi — a shareware by Swiss Academic Software for reference management, knowledge organisation, and task planning. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citavi

  • Snoska.info — a free bibliography generator.