Main banner
Penn State Mark
in the Eberly College of Science

Keywords can use the following qualifiers:

For example, +fruit -"banana split" will match entries which contain the word fruit and do not contain the phrase banana split. If you want to be really fancy, you can use parentheses for grouping, so that the keyword +fruit +(<banana >orange) finds entries which contain either both fruit and banana or both fruit and orange, but ranks those containing fruit and orange more highly.

The person field does not accept qualifiers, except when searching over seminar speakers.

These qualifiers are designed for our database search, but some of them might work on Google too (e.g. +/-).

104 Davey Lab, University Park, PA 16802-6300, 814 865-7533
Contact Us · IT Support · Login · Search · Docs