from headquarters The AMS has secured an organizational subscrip- from a network of correspondents. It is aimed at the tion to two online services, Science's Next Wave and next generation of scientists. Next Wave has been a ScienceNOW. Provided by the American Association free service but will become a subscription-only ser- for the Advancement of Science, this subscription al- vice in 1999. Individual subscriptions to ScienceNOW lows all AMS members to gain access at no charge. and Next Wave would cost $29.95 and $19.95 per The organizational subscription requires the AMS year, respectively, so the organizational subscription offered through the AMS Web site to members repre- to admit only active members, so the AMS Web site sents a significant benefit of membership. (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS) now has a "members only" section. This section can be accessed using the The organizational subscription is being funded as member's AMS account number, which is printed on a special initiative from interest income earned on the the Bulletin mailing label. Society's reserve fund and represents another example ScienceNOW provides a means of obtaining break- of how this fund is now being used as an endowment ing science news and updates on the world of science to support activities that benefit AMS members and from Science's global news team. New items are the scientific community at large. All members are posted each working day. Science's Next Wave allows encouraged to visit the AMS Web site (with their member account number in hand) and enter the "mem- users to participate in online forums, get information bers only" section to try out these two new services. on building a science-based career, and read reports y \ Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2165
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Published: Oct 1, 1998
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