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Elsevier Science, the scientific communications branch of Reed Elsevier, started its official World-Wide Web and Gopher service which includes: the Elsevier Science Internet Catalogue of Journals and Books; information about - TULIP - The University Licensing Program, a research project Elsevier Science is performing with nine universities in the USA; and, the Proceedings of the WWW'94 Conference (May 25-27, 1994), organized by CERN, Geneva; a number of current awareness services on diverse areas of science.
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Date Issued c1998
Notes Site re-reviewed in the "Where Are They Now" section of the December 5, 1997 Scout Report: "These two resources were first announced as gopher servers. Elsevier is one of the largest scholarly science publishers in the world, with over 1,100 journals. The site contains information about the publisher's books and journals, but is probably best known for its alerting services, particularly Contents Direct (discussed in the October 18, 1996 Scout Report), an email table of contents alert service. Recently, the site has added Science Channel, a push service for Internet Explorer users that provides science news via the Explorer's active channels."
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Date of Scout Publication 1994-12-02
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