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Science  25 Jun 2004:
Vol. 304, Issue 5679, pp. 1883
DOI: 10.1126/science.304.5679.1883a, a new site from the Geological Society of America, aims to be a home base for researchers whose work straddles the earth and life sciences. Serving as a virtual notice board, the site includes grant announcements, job lists, and a meetings calendar. You can chime in on the discussion forum or read brief articles on big questions, such as how the mineral dolomite forms and why it's rare in recent rock. Aspiring biogeoscientists will find plenty of career and education info, including internships and interviews with researchers. Visitors can also troll a growing gallery of images posted by users.

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