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August issue of What's New @ IEEE for Libraries

The August issue of What's New @ IEEE for Libraries has been released and
is available to read on the Web at:

http://www.ieee.org/products/whats-new/wnlib0803.htm

Stories in this issue include:

1. Google to Display IEEE Abstracts in Search Results
2. 2004 IEEE Subscription Price List Now Available
3. IEEE to Hold Regional User Groups This Fall
4. IEEE Releases Internet Applications Workshop Proceedings
5. Frankfurt Book Fair in October: IEEE Goes on the Road
6. New IEEE Press Book Offers Medical Imaging Guidance
7. IEEE Foundation Awards US$200,000 Supporting Education, History
8. Product Safety Engineering Becomes 38th IEEE Society in 2004
9. National Engineers Week Calls For "New Faces Of Engineering"
10. Boston University Wins IEEE Web Site Contest
11. Student Design Teams Sought for 2004 Computer Society Contest