HubLines-the ScienceStage Newsletter
HubLines is the regular newsletter of sciencestage.com, which serves to inform the ScienceStage community about recent network developments and milestones, new features and tools on the website, featured users, and links to media content concerning recent developments in the scientific community-straight from the hub of research. Your feedback is always welcome. Enjoy!
The year in review - growth, new services, and our featured user
Dear ScienceStage Community,
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for supporting the ScienceStagenetwork with your uploaded contributions and invaluable suggestions for improving the site-keepthose ideas flowing! With your active participation, this has been a successful year forScienceStage. The network continues to grow steadily, and we now regularly receive over1,000,000 visits per month. We are also excited about the new partnerships we have struck witha number of research institutes, which will greatly benefit both the institutions and the entire ScienceStage community by providing high-quality video features and updates on the newest researchin the field.
ScienceStage is proud to unveil two new service packages! In addition to our free features, we nowoffer subscription packages which include additional services for members, institutions, orbusinesses who wish to draw more attention to their Stage: the Small Branded Stage and theFully Customized Stage.
Current members of ScienceStage will receive a 25% discount towards these new service packages, ifthey would like to subscribe. You can find further information here.
This month's featured user is Phillip Taylor, Barrister-at-Law. Mr. Taylor has uploaded a number ofinteresting and insightful video reviews of books pertaining to a variety of law topics and legalissues. Check out Mr. Taylor's videos at his Stage (sciencestage.com/phillip-taylor), or find outmore at his website: www.richmondchambersreviews.com.
Would you like to put your research in the spotlight? Please don't forget to fill out your profileinformation and upload a profile picture-we may select you as the featured user in the nextNewsletter. Or, if you feel a particular ScienceStage member deserves recognition, you are more thanwelcome to submit a user-nomination.[please send nominations to: email@example.com]
The much-anticipated 2009 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen is currently underway. As climatechange is an important topic that impacts the lives of all the members of our global community, weencourage you to have a look at some of the videos and research papers that focus on environmentalissues and natural resources, which can be found under the field “Environment”, or you can join the Group “Climate Change” and participate in the discussion. You can also contribute to environmental discourse by posting your own research or by posting commentson other users' contributions. We also encourage contributions from a broad spectrum of disciplines,not just the natural sciences-let's make the discussion dynamic!
We at ScienceStage wish everyone a happy, safe, and peaceful holiday season, and we look forward toall of your new video, audio, and document contributions in the upcoming year!
Sincerely,Your ScienceStage Team