Scopus was officially launched by Elsevier at the end of 2004. The database contains nearly 23,000 source documents from more than 5,000 publishers around the world. It is the world's largest database of abstracts and citations, providing researchers with a one-stop platform for access to scientific literature. These include:
1、23,000 peer-reviewed journals, including 2,600 open access journals.
Full coverage of all journals published by publishers such as Elsevier, Springer/Kluwer, Nature, Science, American Chemical Society, Institute of Physics, American Physical Society, American Institute of Physics, Royal Society of Chemistry, starting with the first issue of Volume 1.
Includes articles by Elsevier, Springer/Kluwer, Science, Nature, IEEE, Cambridge University Press, Karger Medical (Article in Press, 1-4 months before the official publication).
Complete documentation of the Society of Automotive Engineers covers oil and gas resources (including biofuels, fuel cells and alternative energy), plastics, aerospace, electronics, transportation, HVAC, physics and lubricants.
2、More than 7.5 million conference papers.
3、600 commercial publications.
4、370 books (series books).
5、Of the more than 70 million records, 32 million data since 1996 include reference information, and 21.3 million records before 1996, dating back to 1823.
6、The search results are integrated with 430 million Internet technology information, including more than 80 network resources, such as institutional warehousing, pre-printed warehousing, etc.; and 25.2 million patent information from five global patent organizations.
Scopus's subject classification system covers 27 subject areas, which are classified into four categories: life sciences (more than 4,300), social sciences and humanities (more than 5,300), and natural sciences (more than 7,200). Medicine (more than 6,800 species, comprehensive coverage of Medline).