who wants old journals?

Keith Robison robison1 at husc10.harvard.edu
Mon Jan 18 18:09:52 EST 1993


nmrdb at vms.macc.wisc.edu (BEVERLY SEAVEY) writes:

>In article <1jd9gp$741 at agate.berkeley.edu>, Eugene M. Shekhtman <unknown at garnet.berkeley.edu> writes...

>>Does anyone know of a library or university or whatever that can use back
>>issues of
>>journals from one's personal subscription?  I have the last couple of
>>years of Science-many people 
>>don't keep their back issues and I'm wondering wher3e they can be donated
>>etc.  I'm in
>>the Bay area (UC Berkeley)  so would appreciate a local answer, it just
>>seems like a waste
>>for us to trash these.  If you know, please email me  
>>(dvs at mendel.berkeley.edu)
>  My husband recently visited a major university in Canton (Guangzhou)
>China. They had one subscription of Science for the entire university
>and the issues were kept under lock and key. Perhaps we could organize a
>way to cheaply send old journals to CHina.

I think you'll find that Western journals are scarce everywhere in the
former "Eastern bloc", and researchers from any of these countries
would be glad to get back issues.

Keith Robison
Harvard University
Department of Cellular & Developmental Biology
Department of Genetics / HHMI

robison at biosun.harvard.edu 



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