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If you are trying to access an older webpage that has been removed from the internet, try using the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.  This US project has been archiving hundreds of thousands of web pages since 1996, and is a very useful way of accessing copies of webpages that are no longer online, e.g., pages from projects that have finished, or old government websites.


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brain scanCogprints is an online archive for academic papers in any area of cognitive science, including psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, computer science, philosophy and biology.  It contains around 3,500 full text journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers.

You can search the archive, or browse by subject area.

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library has 42,000 full text electronic books and journals from 12 leading natural history libraries.

The library includes online access to current journals (e.g. African invertebrates) and historical journals (e.g. Journal of Agricultural Research 1913-1949).  It also has thousands of books and can be browsed by subject or searched for a specific species.

The project has a blog, and a webpage (with an RSS feed) for finding out about new additions.

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