The web holds a wide variety of scientific information and misinformation, ranging from popular press coverage to scholarly communications to advertisements to science buff sites. Be careful when using information from websites; it is changed often, which makes it hard to cite it in a paper. If you can find a final, published version of the same information, it is preferable to use that.
There's a lot of good information out on the web! The trick is to find it amongst everything else out there.
Depending on your topic, choosing the right keywords can be extremely important to making sure you get relevant results:
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