An Internet Review: The Compleat Neuroscientist Scours the World Wide Web

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Science  15 Nov 1996:
Vol. 274, Issue 5290, pp. 1104-1108
DOI: 10.1126/science.274.5290.1104


The World Wide Web provides a graphical interface that allows users to explore the multiple databases of information that are accessible on the Internet. In the field of neuroscience, several hundred sites contain potentially pertinent information. This article takes a critical look at those sites and offers recommendations to those seeking broad neuroscience resources as well as those desiring sites specialized for the developmental neurosciences.