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Australian Science Archives Project
providing access to Australia's scientific,
medical & technological heritage

1985 - 1999

  On 3 May 1999 the Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre of the University of Melbourne was formed to sustain the academic, heritage and research activities of the Australian Science Archives Project.

The commercial work undertaken by ASAP is now being pursued by ASAP Information Services.

About the Australian Science Archives Project (ASAP)

What is ASAP?

A general introduction to ASAP - includes a brief history, our aims and objectives, and a brief overview of our Archives and Records Services, Information Services, Research and Development program, and Outreach and Collaboration activities

ASAP Staff Directory

Our offices, our contact details and our staff - all the details you need to get in touch with us

What are the archives of science?

Haven't you always wondered? Includes a description of the types of things that ASAP is trying to preserve and make accessible for researchers, and answers to the question 'why are we doing it?'

ASAP's Archival and Records Services

A detailed description of the consultancy services ASAP offers. If you do not think that your own organisation's records are very important, then read this! Includes a summary of ASAP's innovative archival data-management system onQ

Catalogue of Publications

A comprehensive list of ASAP's hard-copy published Guides to archival collections (both the first and second series), and links to online copies of our Annual Reports, Guides and other publications

Publications by ASAP Staff

Includes articles and reviews, conference papers, presentations, seminars and talks, 'Eye on the Past' columns for Australasian Science, and more
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Published by: Australian Science Archives Project on ASAPWeb, 9 September 1996
Comments or questions to: ASAPWeb (asapweb@asap.unimelb.edu.au)
Prepared by: Tim Sherratt
Updated by: Elissa Tenkate
Date modified: 25 February 1998