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Keeping up with the Research
Most databases will allow you to create alerts based your searches. You can get updated results through an email or an RSS feed.
You'll have to create a personal account with that database to save the alert, but this is free. It's often a good idea to create a free personal account for databases you use most often so that you can take advantage of extra features, like alerts, saving citations, and more.
Look in the upper right corner of most databases to create a personal account. Most search alert links are at the top of your result listing.
Most online journals allow you to subscribe to their latest articles and/or table of contents through an RSS feed or email.
SpringerLINK provides access to citations for more than 450 Biology and Life Science journals. Use the RSS feed to stay current or register to receive email alerts.
American Chemical Society Publications
ACS Publications has over 40 RSS feeds for its journals and C&EN.
The Physics Teacher
Welcome to The Physics Teacher Online (TPTO). TPTO publishes papers on the teaching of physics, and on topics such as contemporary physics, applied physics, and the history of physics—all aimed at the introductory-level teacher.