No. 35, December 1995 ISSN 0811-4757Edited and published by Tim Sherratt (Tim.Sherratt@asap.unimelb.edu.au) for ASAP.
ASAPWeb, ASAP's WWW site has moved to its own dedicated server. This means better service and new resources for anyone with an interest in the history of science, technology and medicine. Just web your way to
What will you find on ASAPWeb? Well, for a start there are a series of thrilling exposés on the work of ASAP - What do we actually do? Who should you contact? There's also a Staff Directory for those of you confused by ASAP's recent explosion in staff numbers (I know I am). But beyond these documents (as if they weren't enough) are a range of resources and WWW facilities that make ASAPWeb one of the main sites in the world for information on the history of science, technology and medicine. They include:
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