To All: If you have an others post them up. I will compile them all in a single post and keep them stickied for reference.
Added a few more. I'll clean it up later.
Thanks for posting those all in one place.
This is a great one:
www pnas org (sorry, I can't post links yet.)
You can actually read the articles and not just the abstracts. Hopefully more and more scientists will publish with open journals and help facilitate the spread of information. Sadly the open source spirit of computer programming hasn't made it to science.
Thanks for the info!
Depending on what you are researching... Erowid . org is a very informative resource.
Would http://www.sciencedirect.com/ be the same caliber as the ones you have posted? I've used it with success a time or two in my day.
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