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« on: February 03, 2011, 05:13:14 am »


We are expanding our Library and we need your help and feedback to get it right. Life Technologies Select is aware that scientists consume news from a number of different sources, not just peer review journals.

To keep up to date with all that happens across the social science web in one comprehensive search we are now including blogs in the Select Library but do you think that blogs are relevant to your research? What blogs in particular do you find useful?

Other than blogs and peer review journals is there anywhere else that you monitor as part of your information searching process? Any help and advice you can give will be greatly appreciated.

Click the following link http://tiny.cc/lifetech-select12 to sign up for a free account if you want to see what is in the library so far and watch it grow!

Thank you in advance for your help
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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2011, 03:00:29 pm »


In reply to your question, I believe science blogs are very important source of bioscience information; but  a life scientist needs more than just blog or even peer review journals when sourcing for research information. Bioscience news sites and forums are also becoming essential online bioscience resources, though it may not really look nice in a bioscience library database, but it is still a relevant source of bioscience information.
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« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2011, 08:49:56 am »


Thank you guy!

We are expanding our Library and we need your help and feedback to get it right. Life Technologies Select is aware that scientists consume news from a number of different sources, not just peer review journals.

To keep up to date with all that happens across the social science web in one comprehensive search we are now including blogs in the Select Library but do you think that blogs are relevant to your research? What blogs in particular do you find useful?


Other than blogs and peer review journals is there anywhere else that you monitor as part of your information searching process? Any help and advice you can give will be greatly appreciated.

Click the following link http://tiny.cc/lifetech-select12 to sign up for a free account if you want to see what is in the library so far and watch it grow!

Thank you in advance for your help

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