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isaac@lifetech
Posted: Feb 29 2012, 05:49 PM


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Hi everyone,

Life Technologies has developed a Life Science on-line search tool called Select. It has been designed to significantly reduce the time spent searching on-line for the latest papers and developments.

Select uses unique RSS spidering technology to constantly monitor over 200 Life Science journals and libraries, including PubMed, Nature, Biocompare.com, Bioforum and Biotech Transfer Week, to name but a few!

Users can define their own search terms and subscribe to any number of journals from within the Select Library. Any matching papers and articles are compiled into a simple daily ebulletin, featuring a short abstract from each paper plus a link to the full text.

The Select service is completely free to use - no matter how many sources you subscribe to, or how many search terms you want Select to monitor.

To register for Select please click on the following link: http://ow.ly/9mMga



It takes about 5 minutes to set up your preferences and you can change these at any time.
If you have any feedback about Select both good and bad, I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to post your feedback here or email me directly at isaac@lifetech-select.com

Kind Regards,

Isaac
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Robittybob1
Posted: Feb 29 2012, 08:40 PM


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QUOTE (isaac@lifetech @ Feb 29 2012, 05:49 PM)
Hi everyone,

Life Technologies has developed a Life Science on-line search tool called Select. It has been designed to significantly reduce the time spent searching on-line for the latest papers and developments.

Select uses unique RSS spidering technology to constantly monitor over 200 Life Science journals and libraries, including PubMed, Nature, Biocompare.com, Bioforum and Biotech Transfer Week, to name but a few!

Users can define their own search terms and subscribe to any number of journals from within the Select Library. Any matching papers and articles are compiled into a simple daily ebulletin, featuring a short abstract from each paper plus a link to the full text.

The Select service is completely free to use - no matter how many sources you subscribe to, or how many search terms you want Select to monitor.

To register for Select please click on the following link: http://ow.ly/9mMga



It takes about 5 minutes to set up your preferences and you can change these at any time.
If you have any feedback about Select both good and bad, I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to post your feedback here or email me directly at isaac@lifetech-select.com

Kind Regards,

Isaac

Has anyone tried the service?
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