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U Sask Synchrotron, Wiley Interscience, RSS Feeds via EEVL

:: Canadian Light Source Inc, owned by the University of Saskatchewan, is home to the largest synchrotron in Canada, currently under construction on the U Sask campus. The instrument is scheduled to be turned on in January, 2004. Read Quick Facts to learn more about the new synchrotron. Further information, including a few short videos, is available here.

:: Wiley Interscience has launched a new user interface. An interactive demo is available for viewing.

:: "An RSS Primer for Publishers and Content Providers has been published by EEVL, the Internet guide for engineering, mathematics and computing.

    RSS is an excellent and cost-effective way of driving traffic to, and increasing brand awareness of, any website that publishes content such as news, jobs, products, or events, on a regular basis. An RSS file enables other sites to syndicate the content and thereby reach new audiences."