What if you could combine online data from multiple sources to create a customized, interactive Web application that could keep your supporters in the know without requiring them to visit more than one site? And what if you could do so using free, readily available tools, eliminating the need to build an expensive custom solution from the ground up? That's the idea behind hybrid online applications known as mashups.
With the advent of the growing Semantic Web (a web of open access databases) and other such Web 2.0 initiatives, there will be a growing call for Open Access publications. There is a strong rationale for OA that will change the effectiveness of scientific research.
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I recently responded to a post on the LIMS Mail List about the release of a new peer reviewed scientific publication called Pharma IT Journal. In my posting, I suggested that the new journal be released as an Open Access Journal. The following article gives a pretty good overview of exactly what Open Access is and the benefits to the scientific community.
The principal goal of the Israel Structural Proteomics Center (ISPC) is to determine the structures of proteins related to human health in their functional context. Emphasis is on the solution of structures of proteins complexed with their natural partner proteins and/or with DNA. . .
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