The other day I happened to notice a post over at Biotech Blog regarding a list of the top biotechnology blogs. This list was compiled and presented in the new biotechnology magazine from the folks at The Scientist. This new magazine is now live and is called Biotech360.
So far, not too much content but it looks pretty cool. I actually prefer white backgrounds on websites, but the black look isn’t hurting, yet. And what’s with the hype around 360? Biotech360, XBOX360, Anderson Cooper 360…
So for those that ask what’s this new magazine all about? I’ll just let them do the explaining:
Our mission in creating Biotech360 was simple: to hold up a mirror to biotechnological advances and policy discussions around the globe and bring you the most provocative and relevant stories.
Biotech360, from the publishers of The Scientist, delivers essential content, sophisticated break-through design, and in-depth profiling of the people, culture and business in the biotech industry.
While embracing the hope and challenging the hype, we promise to illuminate the most pressing issues on the world landscape.
So far I’m enjoying the site very much. Great layout and some good articles. There is a subscription form to request the premier issue of the magazine (the form seems funky in my browser…) but it worked. Oh, and I’m not a Sr Researcher, should that be a problem? (*wink*wink*)
Update: Boooooo! No RSS feed, how web 1.0!