ScienceWeek - New Website Reports 2 Feb 00

kenneth Collins kpaulc at earthlink.net
Wed Feb 2 21:33:42 EST 2000


i'd like to read that 'caloric-gene' thing, but every time i try to go
to your web site, my comm computer 'hangs'.

"darn!"

ken collins

Claire Haller wrote:
> 
> FYI:
> 
> The following new free reports have been posted at the ScienceWeek
> website (links on the main page):
> 
> New Website Reports:
> 
> Quantum Theory: On the Quantum Principle
> Astrophysics: The Migrations of Planets
> Quantum Physics: Future of Quantum Computing
> Evolutionary Biology: Early Animal Evolution
> Paleontology: Evolution of Dinosaurs
> Biology of Aging: Caloric Restriction and Gene Expression
> Medical Biology: Control of Infectious Diseases 1900-1999
> 
> These reports, which consist of a main report, glossary and background
> material, are from back issues of ScienceWeek. They can be
> accessed without charge from the main web page in the panel to
> the right of the SW table of contents: http://www.scienceweek.com
> The reports will be available at the website for approximately one
> week only. Eventually, the main reports will placed in the searchable
> archive.
> 
> PLEASE NOTE: If you do not already receive this announcement regularly
> by Email, and you wish to do so, transmit SEND UPDATES as the subject
> of an Email message to request at scienceweek.com
> 
> A Reminder: The SW website now contains a local search engine
> that can be used to search the archive of back issues of SW and
> bring up located reports on the screen. Over 1000 reports are
> availbable. Access to this search engine is free and available at
> several places on the main web page or directly at
> http://www.scienceweek.com/search/search.htm
> 
> Also available at the website are free Focus Reports, which are
> summary groups of reports on special topics.
> 
> The Editors
> ScienceWeek
> editors at scienceweek.com
> http://scienceweek.com




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