EdWard Search & Cite (Beta)
Focus and context switching are well validated sources of reduced productivity and increased stress, shaking people from states of flow and engagement. Especially in the context of researching or writing up literature reviews, minimizing distractions is crucial. Edward Search & Cite allows you to “search and cite” hundreds of millions of research papers directly in an integrated sidebar, inside any standard website.
Easily find content from Google Scholar, Semantic Scholar and CORE (other data sources are planned) via a simple, user-friendly extension, querying the databases directly via highlighting text and right clicking to use the context menu, or standard keyword search.
EdWard Search & Cite is currently in BETA, and is free to use. Our aim is to make research universally accessible and to minimize effort for researchers.