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Dateline: 8 November 2004. In a few days time we will proudly launch our upgraded Web site and with it the first daily online newspaper for the life sciences, The Scientist Daily. Simply register your preferences at http://www.the-scientist.com and enjoy The Scientist Daily every working day, delivered electronically to your mailbox completely free of charge.As you'd expect from your favorite newspaper, The Scientist Daily will include:• Breaking news. Our extensive network of contributors

By | November 8, 2004

Dateline: 8 November 2004. In a few days time we will proudly launch our upgraded Web site and with it the first daily online newspaper for the life sciences, The Scientist Daily. Simply register your preferences at http://www.the-scientist.com and enjoy The Scientist Daily every working day, delivered electronically to your mailbox completely free of charge.

As you'd expect from your favorite newspaper, The Scientist Daily will include:

Breaking news. Our extensive network of contributors throughout the world will continue to provide you with thorough reportage on the important issues facing the life sciences.

Highlights from the research literature. We select from a wide range of life science journals and bring crystal clear explanations of breakthrough studies plus expert comment on their significance and implications. (The Scientist doesn't publish primary research so our views on what's hot aren't clouded.)

Research features. Our articles synthesize recent advances across the spectrum of the life sciences in a readable and lively fashion, keeping you abreast of all the latest results and trends.

Technology overviews. We explain key technologies in articles that help you gain deeper understanding of what is increasingly a technology-driven science. We spotlight the latest developments so that you can harness them in your research.

Business coverage. We take a hard look at how today's research is being turned into tomorrow's products, services, and treatments.

Opinion and Vision articles from thought leaders at the bench and in the boardroom.

In short, The Scientist Daily provides all the information you need to stay up to date, served in a manageable daily package.

We promise not to drown you in content: Each day five to six items will be selected and commissioned by our in-house editors. This is not an aggregation service that regurgitates information from other sources or provides links to a password-protected site. You sign up for The Scientist Daily just once, and everything that we publish on a given day is fully and freely accessible. If you already subscribe to The Scientist's daily news or electronic table-of-contents services, you won't even have to re-register; we will transfer your coordinates automatically.

The Scientist Daily is one of two major changes to our online presence introduced today. The second is the introduction of personal and institutional subscription charges to access the complete archives of The Scientist. Our strategy is to provide a valuable service that will allow us to communicate with the widest possible audience while also generating the revenue needed to provide the highest quality of journalism and technological innovation.

Personal subscriptions will cost $24.95 per year, and reasonably priced institutional access is also available. This will provide full access to all 18 years' worth of content from the print magazine as well as other services to be introduced soon. See http://www.the-scientist.com/subs.htm for details.

As ever, I would be delighted to hear your thoughts and comments on our new services.

Happy reading.

Richard Gallagher, Editor rgallagher@the-scientist.com

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