New web resource for mol biol

Gordon Barker mjfasmb at fs1.ce.umist.ac.uk
Mon Feb 7 10:33:49 EST 2000


Dear Netters

This site may be of interest.  It contains reviews of different products
(enzymes, kits, plasmids, etc) and top tips on how best to use them.

To be honest though, it was the promise of a freebie laser pointer that got
me to check it out!  


>You can forward this e-mail to friends, labmates and colleagues. All 
>they have to do to register is click on 
>        http://www.biowire.com/bw_jsp/gate_top.jsp?add=1&referrer=Gord 
>You can also use the sample message below. 
>
>
>We appreciate your time.
>
>Sincerely yours,
>The Biowire Review Group
>
>Here is a sample message that you can use:
>----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
>Biowire.com: a great new web site for biologists!
>
>Biowire.com is a unique web site providing scientific product reviews
written by scientists for scientists.
>
>Visit Biowire.com and you can:
>
>        * Read reviews of enzymes, reagents, antibodies and kits-find out
other scientists' experiences
>        * Write reviews of the scientific products you've used 
>        * Receive a FREE LASER POINTER just for registering
>        * Get paid to write reviews during Biowire.com's preview phase! 
>
>To read and write reviews, go to
http://www.biowire.com/bw_jsp/gate_top.jsp?add=1&referrer=Gord  (You must
use this URL to access Biowire.com during its preview phase.)  
>
>All of our scientific experiences are valuable and this is a great way to
share them within our community.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>Michael Barker
>
>
>
>
Dr. Gordon Barker
Dept of Biomolecular Sciences
The Mill
UMIST
Manchester
M1 1HE

tel: 0161 200 4176
fax: 0161 236 0409
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