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View Resource Open Science Directory

Readers may have heard of the "digital divide", but what about the scientific "digital divide"? The Open Science Directory is attempting to bridge this gap by providing access to a wide range of journals to researchers in both developing and developed countries. Working with the support of EBSCO Information Services and Hasselt University Library, the Open Science Directory provides access to...

View Resource Live Science

Imaginova, the producers of Space.com, have launched the new LiveScience.com website, covering "new discoveries, intellectual adventures, and the idiosyncrasies of the world around us." While the fascinating materials cover most science and technology fields, the Forces of Nature and Environment links are most relevant to the physical sciences. Through the exciting articles and astonishing images...

View Resource R.Science Podcast

The Royal Society, based in the United Kingdom, is not only 350 years old, but is also not about the royal family. Rather, The Royal Society is all about science--influencing science policy and debating scientific issues, with other scientists and the public. Their website is loaded with resources, including the R.Science Podcast, the main podcast of the Royal Society. Monthly episodes include...

View Resource The Truth About Servers

This article presents an overview of what a computer server is and does and compares and contrasts several different types. In this tutorial, information on the wide variety of computer servers is presented, from familiar Web servers to so-called "application servers", proxy servers, e-mail servers, as well as DHCP servers, firewalls, and fax servers.

View Resource World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology

With academic partners located within universities from Tehran to Lamar, Texas, the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) sponsors a journal and numerous conferences. On their homepage, visitors can look through six primary sections, including "Notices", "Events", "Programs", "Journals", and "FAQs". Scholars and others with a similar bent will want to take a close look at...

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