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  • From: Pete Strickland <ps@iucr.org>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 08:18:01 +0100
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Subject: Information from CODATA international
Date: Thursday 16 June 2005 6:26 pm
From: Hilda Cerdeira <cerdeira@ICTP.TRIESTE.IT>


Dr. Robert S. Chen
Deputy Director, Center for International Earth Science Information Network
  (CIESIN), The Earth Institute, Columbia University
Manager, NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC)
Secretary General, CODATA, Committee on Data for Science and Technology,
  International Council for Science (ICSU)
P.O. Box 1000, 61 Route 9W, Palisades, NY 10964 USA
tel. +1 845-365-8952; fax +1 845-365-8922
e-mail: bchen@ciesin.columbia.edu
CIESIN World Wide Web site: http://www.ciesin.columbia.edu
SEDAC World Wide Web site: http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu

Deep Web Technologies Announces ScienceResearch.com(TM)

LOS ALAMOS, N.M., June 9, 2005 -- Today Deep Web
Technologies, LLC (http://www.deepwebtech.com), a leading
provider of high performance search technology software and
solutions, announced the launch of the Beta version of
ScienceResearch.com(TM). ScienceResearch.com is a free,
publicly available Internet web portal allowing access to
numerous scientific journals and public science databases.

ScienceResearch.com allows students, teachers, professors,
researchers, and the general public to access pertinent
information, quickly, easily, and with confidence from both
public and private high quality research journals and
databases via a single portal. Powered by DWT's proprietary
Explorit(TM) deep web search engine, a single query will
search thousands of high quality journals and databases,
effectively millions of documents, in real-time.
Additionally, powered by DWT's proprietary QuickRank(TM)
technology, the results are conveniently ranked by relevance
on a single results page.

"ScienceResearch.com is an extension of the work we have
accomplished deploying a number of highly visible search
portals for the federal government," said Abe Lederman,
President and CTO of Deep Web Technologies. "We are
confident that ScienceResearch.com will increase the
efficiency of the 'science-oriented individual.' With our
next release of ScienceResearch.com, the automation of the
search and notification processes of pertinent science data,
an individual is kept up-to-date on the latest breakthroughs
in that field. In the past, the general public has had to
rely on individual queries of numerous journals and web
sites. Now, they have the capability of accessing these
journals, databases and web sites through a single portal
without the hassle of navigating each individual search page
interface and authentication sequence."

Roger Rios, Director of Business Development, added, "Please
allow me to emphasize that ScienceResearch.com basic service
is free to the public. By the end of the year
ScienceResearch.com will have the advanced features that Abe
mentioned, namely Alerts and Personal Libraries, which may
be subscribed to for a nominal monthly or yearly fee.
ScienceResearch.com will serve as the core engine for
customized solutions for more sophisticated but cost
sensitive users, such as public and university libraries."
In addition, ScienceResearch.com will become a springboard
for the development of solutions focused on vertical markets
such as pharmaceuticals and oil and gas industries.

About Deep Web Technologies, LLC

Founded in 2002, Deep Web Technologies, LLC develops high
performance software. Based in Los Alamos, New Mexico, the
company provides state-of-the art search technology
solutions to sophisticated users in the government and
private arenas. For example, the DWT Explorit(TM) suite of
search tools powers the government web portal,
http://www.science.gov. The company has received a $750,000
Phase II US Department of Energy Small Business Innovation
Research grant for the continued research in next generation
search technology specific to content analysis, relevance
ranking, and grid computing. For more information, visit the
web site at http://www.deepwebtech.com or contact Deep Web
Technologies at 505-672-0007 or email roger@deepwebtech.com 


Roger Rios
Director, Business Development
Deep Web Technologies, LLC
Phone: 505-672-0007
Fax: 505-672-9011
Email: roger@deepwebtech.com 



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