Fierce Bioresearcher — free Pharma weekly newsletter

FierceBioresearcher is a free weekly newsletter that provides alerts of very interesting research that is going on in the PHARMA industry. There are usually links to articles and reports. Occasionally there are conference notices, and announcements of industry reports, e.g.: “The BioWorld Diabetes Report 2008: Developments and Opportunities in Drugs and Devices”.

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Drug Discovery
Preclinical Research
Cell Biology
Molecular Biology
Tissue Culture
Cell Culture
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IET Power Electronics Now Available in IEEE Xplore

“First Issue of IET Power Electronics Now Available in IEEE Xplore®
IET Power Electronics, a new journal from the IET brings together five principal power electronics themes. The journal, now available in IEEE Xplore, focuses on the specific power electronics areas of applications of power semiconductor technology, circuits, devices, techniques and performance management. The inaugural issue of IET Power Electronics highlights concerns in novel power converter topology; isolated zero-voltage transition PWM converters; forced oscillation in LC circuits; and new options for large power and high-quality AC-DC conversion.”
Read the first issue

Source: What’s New @ IEEE in Libraries, April 2008