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Robert W. Georgantas III Webmaster at scienceguide.com
Thu Sep 25 02:44:07 EST 1997

Announcing the SCIENCE GUIDE.

A New Internet Directory and Information Service run by Scientists and
Physicians for Scientists and Physicians.  After visiting the Guide, If
you have any suggestion for making the Guide better please let us know.
(webmaster at scienceguide.com)

The Science Guide consists of a number of different sections designed to
help the scientist and physician find information on the internet and to
sponsor communication between those interested in science:


Every day the Science Guide compiles medical and research news from
national news sources around the net.  Most of the news articles are
concerned with medicine, bioscience, and physics, but all other sciences
from agriculture to zoology are commonly included. News sources currently
listed include: CNN, EurekAlert, HMS Beagle, MSNBC Sci-Tech, Science
Magazine¹s ScienceNow, CBS Space News, USA Today, The Albuquerque Journal,
Scientific American Web Weekly, The Why Files, Discover Magazine,
Scientific American, Smithsonian Magazine, and the Technology Review.  The
news pages also list links to news sources not compiled within the News
site.  We are currently working on adding a number of other sources to the
site to make it even more useful.

To make getting science news even easier, we send out a DAILY NEWS EMAILER
listing the articles which have been compiled on our site.  Anyone can
subscribe to the Emailer by sending an email to news at scienceguide.com with
the message ³Subscribe²


The Directory of Usenet and Discussion Groups is compiled quarterly from
different sources around the net to provide the scientist and those
interested in science easy access to these invaluable sources of discourse
and information.  We are currently working on finding the proper
subscription method for each of the discussion lists.  This is taking a
bit longer that we thought so please pardon our dust.  The Usenet portions
of this section are complete.


The Journals Section contains links to peer reviewed scientific journals
on the Internet.  Each listing clearly indicates whether the journal
provides only the table of contents, TOC with abstracts, or the full text
of the journal


The Jobs and Positions Section contains hyperlinks to the best Scientific
Employment Databases and Classifieds on the net.


The funding section contains links to the best funding and grant databases
on the Internet, making it very easy for scientists to quickly find
funding opportunities.  The featured site of the section is ³The Community
of Science,² a Johns Hopkins service designed to help scientists find and
continue funding.

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