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Science  19 May 2000:
Vol. 288, Issue 5469, pp. 1131
DOI: 10.1126/science.288.5469.1131c

Banks of mutations. Researchers studying human variation or inherited disease may appreciate this site, which links to scores of mutation databases for specific traits and diseases. The list, ranging from albinism to glycogen storage, blood antigens, and p53 cancer genes, is part of an international project to knit them into one database.

ariel.ucs.unimelb.edu.au:80/∼cotton/glsdb.htm

Enviro cyberlibrary. Need some help wading through the Web's flood of environmental science info? This site, created by a librarian, offers a choice set of links, from ecology journals to hazardous waste documents to sites for finding a good graduate program.

eastlib.east.asu.edu/Reference/even

Tech transfer junction. This new site aims to hook up university tech transfer officials with companies by posting blurbs about discoveries awaiting commercial takers. Visitors can register and browse ideas for free, but the site wants a cut of resulting licensing agreements.

http://www.uventures.com/

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