Digital Mapping to Combat West Nile Virus
b-a-a-a-c-k! In the summer of 2000, few projects are as important
as the work the U.S. Geological Survey is doing to track and help
manage the spread of West Nile virus, a strain of encephalitis that
in 1999 left 62 people in New York infected and seven of them dead.
Yellowstone National Park
people visit Yellowstone National Park every year. Millions also
visit the official website. They enjoy both experiences.
You Need to Know about the Amazing Human Genome Project
26 with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, President Clinton announced
that the international Human Genome Project and Celera Genomics
Corporation have both completed an initial sequencing of the genetic
blueprint for human beings. More than 1,000 researchers across six
nations have laid out nearly all 3 billion letters of our genetic
code. On this webpage, you'll find documents and a webcast detailing
this scientific feat that will revolutionize the diagnosis, prevention
and treatment of most human diseases.
Walks Away from E-Gov
Conference with Armful of Awards
and Urban Development may have to build a trophy room for its many
website awards. The agency's main Homes and Communities website
received the first E-Citizen Services Award from the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. And other awards just kept coming.