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I'm always interested in hearing about new words or phrases
you've found, or ambiguous or unclear terms you run across. Your questions help me focus
on three critical priorities
2. What are the incremental or interdisciplinary changes that can make a big difference in day to day work in the lab, the library or at the computer "in silico" work.
3. How are people's mental models of these concepts developing? How are seemingly disparate subject areas becoming connected, how can they be better integrated and can people communicate better? These are exciting - if turbulent and uncertain times!
When I started this project it seemed as if the web was the only way to keep up with such rapidly changing concepts. But as I have worked on them since 1999 I have come to realize that while I keep adding content, what is here doesn't become out of date nearly as quickly as I expected, and a print version could be very useful. I'm actively looking for a publisher and offer the Concise Biopharmaceutical Glossary as a draft manuscript.
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