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ISI plans Sept. debut for Contents software
The Institute of Scientific Information Inc. will debut the software version of its most popular product, Current Contents/Life Sciences, in late September.
Researchers will be able to have a piece of software sent to them each week containing the tables of contents of about 300 journals covering fields like physiology, microbiology and biochemistry.
Based in Philadelphia, the Institute of Scientific Information provides information tools to the scientific and academic research communities. The print version of Current Contents/Life Sciences is published weekly and lists the tables of contents of about 1,180 …