The Radiation Research Web site has a new URL: http://www.cjp.com/radres/
A comprehensive resource in the radiation sciences, the site features the
Contents and mini-abstracts for the latest issue of the journal, which is
posted prior to publication, as well as an archive of Tables of Contents
and mini-abstracts for all issues published in 1995 and 1996. It also
provides links to important databases in the areas of most interest to
radiation scientists; to information on sources of funding for research
and graduate studies in the radiation sciences; and to a wide range of
international research facilities and agencies.
New features include a list of meetings of interest which is now updated
monthly, a direct link to the Bionet newsgroups and other Bionet services
and resources, and an application for membership in the Radiation Research
Investigators with new and exciting research results will be particularly
interested in the information about the Rapid Communications section of
the journal, which provides the opportunity to publish the full text of
abstracts on the Web site as the articles go to press, thus establishing
Like any good Web site, the Radiation Research page is evolutionary, and
suggestions for new links and features are always welcome.
There is no charge for access to the Radiation Research Web site.