Publisher hosts Web science fair

May 1996
T H E Journal;May96, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p22
Reports on LOGAL Software Inc.'s sponsorship of the Global Science Fair for educators and students on the World Wide Web information retrieval system. Features of LOGAL's home page on the Web.


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