Internet Resources Newsletter Issue 28 (Section B)
This site contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area of mathematics generally called abstract algebra.
AltaVista is now available in 14 European languages - Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Swedish and UK English. This service is being advertised as being faster from Europe than the US service.
ATP are the official European distributors for many of the top US engineering standards producers.
New address for the Nice Web Site of the October issue of this Newsletter.
"This all-new ASAE service takes you directly to many of the associations currently operating on the World-Wide Web. Use this searchable directory or listing directory as your jumping-off point to gather information from associations nationwide." Currently has 1399 association links.
"The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is a leading professional accountancy body which is truly international, having over 50,000 members and 120,000 students throughout the world. Its head office is based in London, and it has offices in Dublin, Glasgow, Hong Kong, India, Kuala Lumpur, Johannesburg and Singapore as well as branch representatives throughout the world."
The ATM, which has about 4,000 members, aims to relate mathematical education more closely to the powers and needs of the learner.
London college offering vocational programmes.
Recruiters of Contract and Permanent I.T. staff in the UK.
Bedford College offers a full range of academic and practical courses as a gateway to qualifications, higher education and new careers.
BEGINternet is designed as a first step for new users of the Metropolitan Area Network (MAN). It explains what the MAN is, and what you can do with it. Also included is information telling you where to get more details about the applications of the network, and sources of specially developed training materials designed to help you to get started with your use of the MAN.
BEGINternet has been developed with funding from the SHEFC by St. Andrew's College and the Glasgow School of Art (both of which are new MAN sites), with help from Heriot-Watt University.
NetFire is a powerful new way to access titles, abstracts and authors of reports published in over 160 of the top journals in organic and medicinal chemistry. Free searching for a limited period.
"Biotechnology Today is a daily service bringing you the latest biotechnology news, jobs, meetings and other information." A service from the Society of Chemical Industry.
Book shop for difficult to obtain titles.
The British Microbial Biodiversity Association (BMBA) aims to provide a link between and within UK Universities and Bioindustries in order to promote the investigation, preservation and rational exploitation of global microbial biodiversity.
Database where anyone can post their query for an international partner. Postings can be searched in free text or browsed in a number of ways, for instance by nationality sought, by institution level, by posters' nationality, by subject or by suggested support scheme. Run by Centre for International Cooperation (SIU), the international section of the Norwegian Council of Universities.
The National Network of Advice Centres for Businesses.
An overview of the CAST Project.
Publishers of books on business, management, finance and the economy.
This site is organised by SCS, an Internet publishing company with interest in the scientific publishing.
This is known as the Web's Daily Chemistry Jobs and News Source. As you might expect, the Society of Chemical Industry has done an excellent job on this site. Some of the information seems to duplicate what is available through their Chemistry and Industry site.
Ciba is a charity with a mission to promote the study and general knowledge of science and in particular to encourage international cooperation in scientific research.
For IT professionals looking for new career opportunities in the City.
From Roy Davies & Glyn Davies, an unusual but interesting resource. A detailed, annotated chronology of significant events in the history of money in the broad context of social, political, economic and technological developments from the dawn of history to the end of the 20th century. The chronology is split into several sections by period to make access faster.
A Trade Association representing Builders and ensuring it's members recognition throughout the Construction Industry.
This site contains an online catalogue of distance learning materials; information on current projects; guidelines for successful distance learning projects; and news of technological developments relevant to open and distance learning at Bradford University.
New address of this page with links to various articles, especially in chemistry. Now includes an Elemental Discoveries section.
The latest summaries of the European markets from Dow Jones Telerate's own news teams in the major financial centres across Europe... Prices taken directly from Dow Jones Telerate's feeds... Commentary and analysis.
The Dutch Current Research Database (Nederlandse Onderzoek Databank - NOD) contains information on current research projects, university professors and research institutes. English and Dutch language versions are available.
"E:media is Europe Media Ltd's major new on-line magazine giving you comprehensive updates and in-depth analyses about all aspects of global telecommunications and audiotex."
"We're the UK's leading supplier of East European business information, so you'll find this site is loaded with information about the region and links to other valuable sources of East European information."
"EL PAÍS publica el texto íntegro de todos los documentos que piden los jueces"- it says here.
A free compilation of chemical news. By David Bradley, science writer..
"Environment Today is a daily service bringing you the latest environmental news, jobs, meetings and other information." A service from the Society of Chemical Industry.
"ER News keeps you informed about research and technologies generated by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Research. We cover a variety of disciplines and topics, including supercomputing, the Human Genome Project, catalysis, subsurface microbiology, global weather change, energy generation, and many others. ER News is published bimonthly."
ELDA has members in Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Israel, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
Directory of the foundry industry.
An extensive, alphabetical listing of publicly-accessible electronic forums (or "lists") related to women or to gender issues. Also of interest in this area is Women's Studies/Women's Issues WWW Sites, and Women's Studies Programs, Departments, & Research Centers.
From the Health Education Board for Scotland, the site is designed to provide a comprehensive range of health information for professionals and members of the public.
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