Do you use the Web of Science database for your research? Starting today, you’ll see a new interface. Enhancements include: 

New look Author Records 

If you’ve claimed your Web of Science author profile, there’s now more integration with your Publons profile such as current affiliation and profile picture. 

A screenshot of the new Web of Science author profile.

Article recommendations based on your searches 

A screenshot of the new Web of Science article recommendation box. Text reads, ‘You may also like...’ with links to recommended articles.

Author Impact Beamplots 

Web of Science Author Impact Beamplots are a brand new visualisation on every Web of Science Author Record. They show the citation performance of an author’s entire publication list in a single view and show more context than a single metric, like a citation count or h-index, can provide. You can find out more about Author Impact Beamplots here 

Links to Google Scholar from article record  

Clicking on this link will search Google Scholar to see if your institution has access to this article. 

A screenshot of the new Web of Science showing the ‘Search on Google Scholar’ option as a drop-down from the ‘Full Text Links’ button.

Enhanced citation reports 

A complete view of a set of publications and citations in a single graph.  

A screenshot of the new Web of Science citation report feature, which includes a graph and citation data.

For a detailed overview of the new Web of Science enhancements, you can watch this short video 

Prefer the old Web of Science interface? You can still access it from the Products menu: 

A screenshot of the new Web of Science homepage, showing ‘Web of Science (Classic)’ in the Products drop-down menu.