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    Librarian featured in The Scientist journal
    Submitted by Martin Kucej; posted on Monday, September 08, 2003 (1 comment)

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    The project Librarian, which is hosted here at Bioinformatics.Org, was featured in the September 8th, 2003 issue of The Scientist journal.

    Librarian enables a small trusted group of researchers to create an annotated virtual library of articles in portable document format (PDF). All users may participate in the creation of the virtual library, and all users may then browse and search added articles by words or phrases.

    Sam Jaffe writes: "...the real power of Librarian is in its intranet capabilities. It allows a user to establish a network quickly, and then the home PC acts as a server available to any member of the laboratory".

    The article:
    www.the-scientist.com/yr20[...].html

    The project web site:
    bioinformatics.org/librarian/

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    Librarian featured in the Scientist Journal
    Submitted by Alex Maina; posted on Thursday, August 17, 2006
    Does any one out there have this article on LIBRARIAN that was published in "The Scientist" journal? If you happen to have it, then i kindly request you to send it to me on this email address: Amaina@kilifi.kemri-wellcome.org Kind Regards Alex Maina Kilifi Kenya
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