LINKS: Life Sciences at Your Fingertips

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Science  01 Oct 2004:
Vol. 306, Issue 5693, pp. 25
DOI: 10.1126/science.306.5693.25d

Biology Browser can help you track down information on brown tree snake control in Guam, plan your itinerary for the next big meeting on computers in biology, or find out how air pollution affects flowering times in plants. The life sciences community site and links archive from BIOSIS, a database publisher now owned by Thompson, also links to BIOSIS's zoology teaching resources page (NetWatch, 20 June 2003, p. 1855). You can connect to more than 24,000 biology Web sites, from a dictionary of fern terminology to a database of gene-frequency data for different human populations. And the site includes a rundown of hundreds of upcoming conferences as well as links to news stories on fresh research.

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