Latest Article Alert from Malaria Journal

The following new articles have just been published in <a href=”http://www.malariajournal.com” class=”hiddenlink”><em>Malaria Journal</em></a>
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Latest Article Alert from Respiratory Research

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Latest Article Alert from Breast Cancer Research

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Latest Article Alert from BMC Women’s Health

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Latest Article Alert from BMC Public Health

The latest articles from BMC Public Health, published between 11-Jun-2014 and 27-Jun-2014
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Latest Article Alert from BMC Infectious Diseases

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Toward a New Alexandria: Imagining the Future of Libraries (2010)

“Imagine a new Library of Alexandria. Imagine an archive that contains all the natural and social sciences of the West—our source-critical, referenced, peer-reviewed data—as well as the cultural and literary heritage of the world’s civilizations, and many of the world’s most significant archives and specialist collections. Imagine that this library is electronic and in the public domain: sustainable, stable, linked, and searchable through universal semantic catalogue standards. Imagine that it has open sourceware, allowing legacy digital resources and new digital knowledge to be integrated in real time. Imagine that its Second Web capabilities allowed universal researches of the bibliome. Well, why not imagine this library? Realizing such a dream is no longer a question of technology.”