New WWW Virtual Library Maintainers Sought in the Biosciences

GF fenteany at zk.bwh.harvard.edu
Thu Aug 19 11:51:06 EST 1999


Hello.  This is a great resource.  I am posting to announce that the WWW
Virtual Library (WWW VL), the oldest directory on the Web, is looking
for new maintainers for sites in the biosciences.  To look at the list
of present sites (and so deduce what could be added), see <a
href="http://vlib.org/Biosciences.html">http://vlib.org/Biosciences.html</a>.
This is a great opportunity to convert a present site or set up a new
site as a WWW VL site, meaning instant traffic (from a top level index
and WWW VL search engine) and recognition of your expertise from people
in the field and Web surfers.  We are especially interested in sites in
the following areas:  biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology,
immunology, evolution, different model organisms like zebrafish, C.
elegans, Chlamydomonas and Arabidopsis, protists, zoology and
protocols.  If you'd like to participate, just e-mail Gerard Manning at
<a href="mailto:ger at ceolas.org">ger at ceolas.org</a> or me.

Regards,

Gabriel Fenteany
WWW VL: Cell Biology and Search Engine






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