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Popular Science -- 50 Best Of The Web -- Reviewed In October 2000 Issue

"A gene is decoded, and news organizations from ABC to the BBC are all over it. But where can you find information about less flashy, but no less noteworthy, breakthroughs? Try Science Daily. Each day, news is presented in a clear, concise format."

Popular Science -- 50 Best Of The Web -- Reviewed In September 1999 Issue

"Scientific breakthroughs don't always make the front page - remarkably, some don't make any page. A quick read of Science Daily will fill in the gaps. Its daily roundup of science research news, culled mostly from major universities and laboratories, gives you a varied taste of the discoveries and technologies that will shape our world."

Popular Science -- 50 Best Of The Web -- Reviewed In September 1998 Issue

"Here's where to get your daily dose of the latest science research news. This site is distinctive because it lets you filter stories easily according to topic ("matter and energy," for example), and its many relevant links."

Boston Globe -- "Science news in its raw form" -- Reviewed 03/09/98

"It isn't easy being the only daily science magazine on the Internet. Talk about busy - thousands of eager Web users log on each day, in need of their science ''fix.'' And, oh, the demands - users expect breaking news about discoveries and the hottest research projects, updated twice daily. This is the world of ScienceDaily Magazine. It is a free, advertising-supported site that offers electronic visitors a smorgasbord of scientific news, from astrophysics to zoology. ..."

New Scientist Site of the Day

"This site is a handy central distribution point for science news - chiefly press releases from American academic and governmental institutions. The site chooses five a day, and maintains a keyword-searchable archive as well. It also has an excellent set of annotated science Web links, and you can have the week's headlines and chosen web sites sent to you by email."



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