May 24, 2005
Here’s an SEO joke posted to WebmasterWorld by full member “sailorjwd”, the plan would fix all the problems webmasters are seeng currently with the most recent Google update (which non-SEO aware webmasters and general websurfers are presumably blissfully unaware:
“Google needs to add another dimension – tabbed interface. Categorize each site based on ‘type of site and have tabs across the top something like this:
a) Cloaked Sites b) Directory-style sites filled with …
The editors of eleven major medical journals have repeated their call to have clinical drug trials added to a public registry.
In a joint editorial, the members of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), said they will consider publishing results of clinical trials that begin enrolment on or after July 1, 2005, only if the trial has been entered in a registry that is electronically searchable and publicly accessible at no …
May 18, 2005
Scroll down to the members page for Nobel chemist Barry Sharpless and you’ll see not only is his team cross-cultural and international but trans-species too…
…meanwhile, watch out for the latest word on purity from the Sharpless lab in David Bradley’s Resonants webzine, coming soon.
One of the thousands of visitors to the sciencebase medical news headlines page, hit the site via my article on emerging viral infections with the following two phrases: “infections from rose bush” and “infections related to handling ducks”…inexplicable it seems, but if you spot somebody with thorn marks on their hands and fragments of feather under their fingernails you can take a guess at where they’ve been and recommend a good doctor.
May 17, 2005
A little more background on the public funding of CAS in the 1960s that’s pertinent to yesterday’s CAT fight entry: Chemical Abstracts Service Annual Report to NSF
May 16, 2005
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) has got all hot under the collar about the advent of the PubChem initiative from NIH, claiming that it is treading on CAS Registry toes. It’s not so long ago that ACS the CAS’s “parent” organisation was also expressing concerns about Google coming up with its “Scholar” program.
Regardless, it’s interesting that CAS should be complaining about government-funded chemical information being made available for free, given that (according to correspondents …
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