The CoreMarketplace search field will check the database for all words or phrases submitted. For example, University of California (without quotes) will search for University OR of OR California, which may not be what you want.
To search for an exact phrase, put the phrase inside quotes. For example, "cancer center"
Initial searches match against general settings in each core listing. Results are ordered by when the listings were last updated.
When the "Perform Detailed Search" button in the results header is clicked, the same search is performed within resources linked to the various listings, such as publications and equipment listings.
These search results are ordered by listing the greatest number of matches within a listing first. For example, if you search for "metagenomics" and a facility matches this term 6x within its listing, that listing will be prioritized above a listing that only matches that term 1x. In the case of listings displaying equal numbers of search matches, listings are prioritized by when the listing was last updated.
Detailed Search Results
Each result listing displays a "Matches" column where you can see exactly where in the listing the search term appears. If a search term or phrase appears in a publication linked to this facility, it will display under publications. Click the "eye" icon to expand listing occurances. The below image shows an example of the Matches column when searching for "10x Genomics."