When doing a search for scientific literature, Google displays additional information like the first author’s name, the year of publication and number of citations. To distinguish results, the name and the publication are important.
Google somehow has the relevant data even when the result is a journal website. If Kagi would implement something similar, one could focus on results from important databases (e.g. Pubmed, arXiv) and publishers/journals (e.g. link.springer.com, sciencedirect.com, nature.com, sciencemag.org) first.
I’d like to use this topic to draw attention to OpenAlex (“An open and comprehensive catalog of scholarly papers, authors, institutions, and more.”). It's freely licensed, has an API and offers this massive catalogue that could be used to enrich search results regarding scientifc papers on Kagi.