From the Advanced Search page (accessible via the link below the search box at the top of each page), you are provided with a few options for filtering your search results:
Use the radio buttons to choose between searching for your search term in the full text (the default) or only in the article title.
Choose any number of subjects to include in your search. Leaving none of the subjects selected (the default) will return results that fall under all subject areas.
Choose to include Articles, Conversations with Scientists, Editorial Cartoons, Encyclopedia articles, and/or Video News Briefs in your search. When undated article types such as Editorial Cartoons and Encyclopedia articles are selected, the Date Range area will become inaccessible. Leaving none of the article types selected (the default) will return results that fall under all article types.
Dated content in Today's Science uses a Month Year format. Choose the date range you would like to include in your search. When a date range is selected, undated articles such as Editorial Cartoons and Encyclopedia articles will become inaccessible under Article Type. Leaving the date range blank (the default) will return results that fall under any date range, including undated material.