About Us

About us

The ScienceGate goal is to support all scientific and educational communities to facilitate achieving their goals through the best path. The ScienceGate team tries to make this possible by providing and developing several unique services gathered in a web platform.

ScienceGate started working in 2019 as a high-performance academic search engine. Today, ScienceGate has one of the largest and most up-to-date academic databases with more than 120 million documents, including peer-reviewed academic journal articles and books, conference papers, chapters, datasets, theses, dissertations, technical reports, and other scholarly literature. Every month, Tens of thousands of people (with a growing trend) use ScienceGate for their purposes, which means we are on the right path.

Currently, the ScienceGate project provides users with the following services for free.

  • Advanced Academic Search Engine

You can search any topic through more than 120 million scholarly documents and apply a variety of advanced filters to reach your goal in the most efficient way possible. The ScienceGate database is updated every 4 hours, ensuring not to miss the latest publications. You can create your customized library, bookmark your interested documents and create the notification alert to be notified of any research query update. Also, more than 40 million open-access articles are now included in the ScienceGate database so that you can find, track and use them in a very easy manner.

  • Journal Finder

You can easily find the most suited and relevant journal for your manuscript by inserting the title and abstract of your unpublished article in the ScienceGate Journal Finder. The ScienceGate Journal Finder discovers among more than 90,000 scholarly journals from 18,000 well-known publishers around the world, including Elsevier, Springer, Wiley, SAGE, IEEE, Emerald, and many more.

ScienceGate Journal Finder gives you this feature to add, remove and sort your manuscript identified keywords regarding relevancy. Exclusive matching functions are then applied to sort the recommended journal list according to the matching score. You can also filter the results by Journal quartile, SJR, H-index, subject area, publication time range, and the open access policy, which helps you make the most informed decision for your paper publication.

  • Author Search

You can find your targeted authors by discovering around 18 million researchers categorized by subject area, country, and affiliation.

  • Bibliometric Visualization

You can visualize your search query results in ScienceGate using a variety of advanced, configurable, and flexible charts. Now, change the way you make sense of the information to create value out of it. The current version is the early access one.


This page was last updated on 01 March 2022