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Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 12:27:01 -0400 (EDT)
From: David P. Dillard <>
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Subject: [NetGold] SCIENCE: RESOURCES: 2.0 Released by United
States Government

SCIENCE: RESOURCES: 2.0 Released by United States Government

Public release date: 13-May-2004
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Contact: Jeff Sherwood
202 586 5806
DOE/U.S. Department of Energy 2.0 launched
Improved web site connects the public to the world of science
<> 2.0 launched
Improved web site connects the public to the world of science

WASHINGTON, DC Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham today launched 2.0, the next major step in government science information
retrieval. is the gateway to reliable information about science and
technology from across federal government organizations. 2.0
offers groundbreaking, user-friendly technology enhancements to the
interagency science portal. While retaining the content and advances
originally unveiled in December 2002, now Version 2.0 will search 47
million pages of government R&D results and present the result to the
patron in relevancy-ranked order. The new technology sorts through the
government's vast reservoirs of research and rapidly returns information
in an order more likely to meet patrons' needs. is made possible through a collaboration of 12 major science
agencies. "These agencies together have combined innovative technology,
forward thinking and hard work to build an invaluable science resource,"
Secretary Abraham said. "From the most current information on new
technologies, to historical research results, to the most promising
medical advancements, connects citizens to the world of

The Nation's FirstGov for science, is for the educational and
library communities, as well as business people, entrepreneurs, agency
scientists and anyone with an interest in science. The information is all
free and no registration is required.


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David Dillard
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