HMS Beagle Issue 8 now available
khuang at CHEMVX.CHEM.TAMU.EDU
Thu May 22 20:21:23 EST 1997
>The World Wide Club for the Biological and Medical Community
>Dear Ke-xue Huang
>Issue 8 of HMS Beagle is now available at http://hmsbeagle.com
>BioMedNet's free webzine is receiving rave reviews and has already been
>selected as one of Yahoo's top 32 "incredibly useful sites". HMS
>Beagle's combination of reviews, biological and medical links, daily
>research headlines, innovative debates and opinion pieces is an
>invaluable resource for the busy scientist. Here are a few of the
>exciting featured articles in Issue 8 (posted through May 29):
>The Asexual Revolution - a Cutting Edge debate by genetics
>researchers, including Dolly creator Keith Campbell and moderator Jon
>Gordon, on the science and ethics of mammalian cloning. Attendant
>documents (also available as a single PDF file) include a synopsis,
>references linked to MEDLINE abstracts, Web links and more.
>The Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center - a profile of the new
>interdisciplinary edge at this Seattle institute.
>So Many Journals, So Few Enshrined - how a handful of top-tier journals
>dominate press coverage of science.
>Scientists and the News Media - is promoting science pushy or
>Answer in our poll, and see the results of last week's poll on
>Reading Room - excerpt of How Brains Think, William H. Calvin's new
>book on the Darwinian roots of consciousness, and a sonnet entitled The
>Age of Protists.
>Those that Protect Us - a meeting brief on mucosal immunity, by Lloyd
>Mayer of the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.
>Software review - Endnotes Plus v2.3 is a good tool for managing
>Book review - Chattanooga Sludge, a childrens' book by Molly Bang,
>shows how microbes in sewage were used to detoxify industrial waste.
>Art for Science's Sake "Einstein Through a Bee's Eye" and Science for
>Art's Sake "Sequential Molecules".
>And there's so much more! Beagle's home page has daily research news
>synopses from (and links to) top journals, a science quote of the day,
>and daily web picks in biology, medicine/health, and biotechnology.
>Set your browser to open your day with http://hmsbeagle.com! Regular
>departments include Web Book Reviews, Web Software Reviews, Software
>Favorites, Web Conference Sites, Web Bookstores, and Web Opinions.
>Navigate easily from Beagle's table of contents through the current
>issue and archived articles.
>Sarah Greene (Editor-in-Chief, HMS Beagle)
>If you would like to receive notification of HMS Beagle's contents
>every two weeks, simply access our subscription page at:
>Don't forget - HMS Beagle and BioMedNet are both free resources. Tell
>your colleagues to check them out today!
More information about the Methods