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ICST Research Information Magazine

Dear Members

I have recently been contacted at the Secretariat by Cambridge
Ltd about their forthcoming magazine, which they claim will be "the
professionals' guide to STM information online".  "Research Information
is a
new publication for scientists and STM librarians that equips them to
informed choices between the online information tools and products on
market... readers will benefit from broad-ranging opinion and reviews
addressing the latest developments in everything from scientific
to electronic journals in STM fields."

It is published by the same company as Scientific Computing World, which
may be familiar with.

It may be that some of you will be interested either in advertising in
publication, or in finding out how to receive a copy.  I have further
information as a pdf file, so if anyone would like to know more just let
know and I will forward it to you.

The publication will be posted to readers in September, and the deadline
booking advertising space is 30 August.

Kind regards

Howard Flack        http://www.unige.ch/crystal/ahdf/Howard.Flack.html
Laboratoire de Cristallographie               Phone: +41 22 702 62 49
24 quai Ernest-Ansermet             mailto:Howard.Flack@cryst.unige.ch
CH-1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland                   Fax: +41 22 702 61 08

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