A World Wide Web site for aging research
ali at biobase.aau.dk
Fri Aug 19 09:31:19 EST 1994
In <sgaran.7.2E515886 at hookup.net> sgaran at hookup.net writes:
Iam very intrested on your idea could you please send me some information
Ali at biobase.aau.dk
> We are at a point in time where we MUST start doing things a little differently, I say
>this because from this point on we must all communicate and I mean communicate.
>Today it is possible for someone doing research on the other side of the planet to
>find out what you are doing in your lab today and not 4 months from today.
> As time is rather important, I thought that we should establish a WWW
>( World Wide Web ) site that is dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge
>with regards to the aging process and efforts that could lead to a way of
>stopping the process altogether. I believe that the WWW is the best medium
>for creating an environment where people in the field of aging can share information
> in many formats ( Text, pictures, sound, hypertext and video).
> I imagine a system that would have links to labs around the world that are
>involved in the field. Each lab would have it's own WWW HOME PAGE that
>would give a short history of the lab, who are the people that work at the
> lab ( maybe everyone in the lab could have there own HOME PAGE so
> that the world could get to know what there thoughts are on the subject), a picture
> of the lab, the papers that have been written their, what is currently being
> done, and links to other lab that are doing similar research.
> I would like to ask everyone who reads this to send me your suggestions
> on this subject and also post your responses to this news group.
> If there are people who do not know what the World Wide Web is I
> suggest that they ask to see it in action, so talk to someone in your
> computer department and ask them to give you a demonstration. If you can not
> find anyone who knows anything about it, I would be pleased to send
> you some information.
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