Agricultural Biotechnologies
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WHO and "Access to Research" initiative
As part of an initiative by the World Health Organisation and leading medical journal publishers, it was announced on 31 January 2002 that more than 1,000 different journals in biomedical and related social sciences will be made freely available on the internet to public institutions in developing countries. Some of the journals are related to biotechnology in food and agriculture. This Health InterNetwork "Access to Research" Initiative is expected to last at least three years. Institutions in countries with GNP per capita below $1000 are eligible for free access to the literature. The institutions need computers connected to the internet with a high-speed link (56k baud rate or higher). See http://www.healthinternetwork.org/src/eligibility.php or contact hinari@who.int for more information.
21/02/2002
Agricultural Biotechnologies in Developing Countries (ABDC-10) Conference