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CI Homepage

Chemistry International
Vol. 23, No. 4
July 2001

New Look of www.iupac.org

In mid-May, IUPAC opened its redesigned home page, unveiling a new look with added features. This new page is the first part of an effort to make the deeper organizational structure of the site more transparent to the visitor and more user-friendly, especially for those unfamiliar with IUPAC.

It also puts up front some of the themes most closely associated with IUPAC, such as the names of the chemical elements, nomenclature and symbols, education, and industry.

Designed by Hollis Oberlies from Purple Zante, Inc., and implemented by Joe Komenda at komejo.com, the IUPAC home page, with its light graphics and direct access to about 50 pages, is more appealing and versatile.

While the site is steadily growing in size, the site map as published in CI, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 112-113, 1999, remains essentially unchanged.

Among the most recently added features is the electronic news-letter, IUPAC e-news, informing you of what’s new in IUPAC and on the IUPAC web site. Note that if you recently changed your e-mail address, you must resubscribe to IUPAC e-news directly online at http://www.iupac.org/news/e-news.html.

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