Eurek Alert! (www.eurekalert.org) is a comprehensive Internet service featuring up-to-date news on the latest  breakthroughs  in  science,  medicine,  and  technology.  Eurek Alert!  was  created  primarily  as  a  global forum  for  communication  between  the  scientific  community  and  the  media.  As  a  one-stop  24-hour electronic  newsstand,  reporters,  researchers,  and  the  public  can  keep  up  with  the  world’s  scientific advancements, while institutions can reach a  targeted group of journalists and  a  worldwide audience with news of their research.
 

Eurek Alert! was developed in 1996 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science as a result of a collaboration with science communicators interested in using the Web to promote science news and  protect  the  embargo  system.  The  site  includes  more  than  5000  searchable  news  releases  and embargoed  information  from  universities,  research  institutions,  corporations,  and  journals  including Science, BMJ, The Lancet, and JAMA. To date, more than 1600 reporters have registered for access to the embargoed information.
 

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Ellen Cooper   American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Nan Broadbent   American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Eurek Alert! (www.eurekalert.org) is a comprehensive Internet service featuring up-to-date news on the latest  breakthroughs  in  science,  medicine,  and  technology.  Eurek Alert!  was  created  primarily  as  a  global forum  for  communication  between  the  scientific  community  and  the  media.  As  a  one-stop  24-hour electronic  newsstand,  reporters,  researchers,  and  the  public  can  keep  up  with  the  world’s  scientific advancements, while institutions can reach a  targeted group of journalists and  a  worldwide audience with news of their research.
 

Eurek Alert! was developed in 1996 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science as a result of a collaboration with science communicators interested in using the Web to promote science news and  protect  the  embargo  system.  The  site  includes  more  than  5000  searchable  news  releases  and embargoed  information  from  universities,  research  institutions,  corporations,  and  journals  including Science, BMJ, The Lancet, and JAMA. To date, more than 1600 reporters have registered for access to the embargoed information.
 

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