[Debian-med-packaging] Invitation to Visit and Comment on A Novel Information Portal for Life Sciences
palexander at ebiomail.com
Thu Apr 16 19:20:58 UTC 2009
The eBioNews Team sincerely invites you to visit our newly released beta-version site at: www.ebionews.com. This is a news and resource information center dedicated to promoting R&D and commercialization in life sciences and bio-economy. The website presents the information that is knowledge-rich, useful, and beneficial to our readers. Generally, eBioNews information is organized into the following two clusters:
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The News Center provides selected and enriched news, information, data, and knowledge in life science researches and business. Particularly, the cutting-edges and significant achievements of life science researches, such as stem cells, cancer research, biomarker, nanotechnology, microRNA and personalized medicine, etc, are reported timely. The Resource Center is a system that hosts and facilitates the resources-related information between and among multiple parties, especially for promoting communication, networking, cooperation, collaboration, consortium, partnering, joint venture, licensing, out-sourcing, and trading.
Readers' needs and satisfaction are our top priority. We would like to make your surfing and reading in eBioNews an enjoyable experience. If you have suggestions and comments on our website, please feel free to contact us via email at support at ebiomail.com. We will do our best in addressing your points and further developing the website.
Your feedback and input are deeply appreciated. Thank you for your support for the construction and development of the eBioNews.
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