Online evolution at The Scientist -- part 1

As you will have noticed our website has a new look, which marks the first of several changes that will be occurring on our site over the coming months. This first round of changes is more than just a nifty change of color. We've streamlined a lot of aspects, and updated a lot of the behind-the-scenes technical wizardry that should make many of the future additions that we have in the pipeline easier to incorporate. We also want our homepage to highlight more of the online content that we ar

Simon Frantz
Aug 5, 2007
As you will have noticed our website has a new look, which marks the first of several changes that will be occurring on our site over the coming months. This first round of changes is more than just a nifty change of color. We've streamlined a lot of aspects, and updated a lot of the behind-the-scenes technical wizardry that should make many of the future additions that we have in the pipeline easier to incorporate. We also want our homepage to highlight more of the online content that we are creating as well as the articles that appear in the print version of the magazine. We've renamed our Web Extras section on the site to linkurl:Video and multimedia;http://www.the-scientist.com/webextra/ to highlight the fact that videos will increasingly become a part of our online content. Links to our careers classifieds site, linkurl:The Scientist Careers;http://careers.the-scientist.com/, also appear on the homepage. But most importantly...

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