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Dear Members

Apologies for the lack of attachment on my previous email; I seem to be
experiencing some technical difficulties which we are currently
investigating.  In the meantime I have cut and pasted the newsletter into
this email to avoid any further delay in sending it to you.

Many thanks to all those who emailed - it is good to know that so many of
you look forward to the newsletters.

Kind regards

Sarah Byrne, Administrator
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Tel: 33 1 45 25 65 92  Fax: 33 1 42 15 12 62

News for ICSTI Members September 18th 2001

1. A new proposal for digital security

The Register is a rather "straight from the shoulder" UK based commentary on
IT matters. In a recent column
http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/6/21577.html they have the following:

The bad news couldn't be clearer: "It is unlawful to manufacture, import,
offer to the public, provide or otherwise traffic in any interactive digital
device that does not include and utilize certified [DRM] security
So begins the draft of a bill obediently proposed by US Senators Fritz
Hollings (Democrat, South Carolina) and Ted Stevens (Republican, Alaska) on
behalf of their entertainment and software                     industry
patrons. The draft was first published by Wired News Chief Washington
Correspondent Declan McCullagh, and is available in part on his Politech Web
http://www.politechbot.com/docs/hollings.090701.html along with related
The significance is that DRM (Digital Resource Management) would prevent
making backup copies of data - even if legitimately obtained.

Two new Web sites of interest:

2.  SciTechResources.gov

A creation of ICSTI Member the National Technical Information Service
(NTIS), this site provides scientists, researchers, engineers, and others
with easy access to [US] government resources related to science and
technology. Users can limit searches by keyword, subject, agency, and type
of resource (such as maps and charts or data). For the "science aware
citizen," who may not be a researcher, SciTechResources allows visitors to
search just within general interest science and technology resources. A
categorized list of portals and gateways is also available off the front


3.  ISIHighlyCited.com

Part of the ISI Web of Knowledge platform from the Thompson Corporation,
ISIHighlyCited is a database of people most highly cited from 1981 to 1999
for each of the following categories: chemistry, physics, engineering, and
neurosciences. These distinguished, most-highly-cited individuals comprise
less than one-half of one percent of all publishing researchers! The
database can be searched by name, institution, category, or country. The
information returned includes a full listing of publications (journal
articles, book or book chapters, conference proceedings, Websites, and other
Internet resources), education, faculty and professional posts, memberships
and/or offices, current research interests, and personal Websites. The next
categories planned for release are Molecular Biology & Genetics, Biology &
Biochemistry, Immunology, and Microbiology.



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