The folks over at Bitesize Bio are all atwitter about ClusterMed, a freely available search engine designed to organize articles in PubMed into "dynamic categories that help users easily navigate search results." So now, instead of merely sorting through search term results chronologically or by first author and last name, ClusterMed provides clustered search results for specific correlations between, for example, oxytocin and memory, or any other keyword combinations.

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