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Michel J. Menou mail to:

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SciDev.Net: a new website on science, technology and the developing

We are pleased to announce the launch of SciDev.Net, a new free-access
website providing news, views and information on science, technology and
development. The website - which can be found at <> - covers
issues ranging from climate change and AIDS to human cloning and
intellectual property.

The website provides authoritative information and a focal point for
discussion about the links between science, technology and international
development. In particular it includes:
          * constantly updated news and feature articles
          * topic-based 'dossiers' with news, 'policy briefs' and links
         to other sites
          * regional gateways on Africa, Asia, Latin America and the
         Middle East
          * opinion articles by leading experts and commentators
          * substantial opportunities for feedback from users

SciDev.Net is backed by the journals Nature and Science, both of which
are providing free access to selected articles every week. We invite you
to visit, and take part in this unprecedented global
initiative. You are also encouraged to register with the site, allowing
you to receive regular e-mail alerts, and helping us tailor the content
of the site to your interests.

SciDev.Net is an independent not-for-profit company registered in the
UK, and has applied for registration as an educational charity. Funding
for the project, which is also supported by the Third World Academy of
Sciences, is being provided by international development agencies in
Britain, Canada and Sweden.

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