If you've ever tried to find graduate schools you've probably found it be an infuriating experience. Existing search engines are focused around finding a particular school. This makes sense for an undergraduate education, but for graduate school it's all wrong. You aren't looking for a school -- you're looking for a professor. re:search solves that problem. Enter your research interests, broad or specific, and browse through professors from dozens of universities who are studying what you're studying.
To use re:search, enter a research interest, department, university, or professor's name into the search bar. re:search will display professors who match your query. Click on a professor to see their full profile, including a research summary, awards, and publications. If you register for the site, you can bookmark professors and save searches to view later.
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