ScienceWeek - New Website Reports 29 Mar 00

Claire Haller prismx at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 28 19:02:46 EST 2000


FYI:

The following new free reports have been posted at the ScienceWeek
website (links on the main page):

New Website Reports:

Cell Biology: On Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Biochemistry: On Proteolytic Enzymes
Zoology: Polarized Light Receptors in Spiders
Medical Biology: A Possible Cause of Multiple Sclerosis
Astrophysics: On the Determination of the Hubble Constant
Earth Science: Atmospheric Oxygen and tne Ancient Earth
Theoretical Physics: On Pascual Jordan and Nazi Physics

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
available. Access to this search engine is free and available on the
main web page.

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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