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October issue of What's New @ IEEE for Libraries

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


Stories in this issue include:

1. Sign Up for London Luncheon: "Patent Citations Prove R&D Value"
2. IEEE Authors Win Nobel Prize in Medicine for MRI Development
3. New IEEE Journal Seeks Submissions
4. IEEE Xplore Adds New Way to Access IEEE Spectrum
5. Visit IEEE at Internet Librarian & Charleston Conferences in November
6. The Institute Adds Coverage from What's New @ IEEE
7. Emerging Medical Imaging Technology Trends Revealed in IEEE Journal
8. IEEE Spectrum Identifies Top 100 R&D Spenders
9. Bioinformatics Proceedings Now Available
10. IEEE Press Publishes First Comprehensive History Of Information Age
11. Valuable Business Information Offered to IEEE Members at Discount

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