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10 Dec 1995
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Martin Perl receives Nobel Prize!
Professor Perl was
awarded the 1995 prize in physics
for his discovery of the tau lepton.
N.B.: SLAC has embarked upon a major redesign of its URL names
over the next few months. See
Major Changes to SLAC WWW: Migration.
Use the WorldWideWeb (WWW)
service to gain access to diverse information here and around the globe.
Remember that over time
may move around on a page, migrate to
other pages, or be removed entirely due to the dynamic nature
of the Web.
- Public Information:
introduction to SLAC,
- Phone Books:
SLAC people (directory),
particle physics people and
ESnet X.500 white pages;
more phone books.
- Recent E-Prints:
last seven days,
week before that,
let me search.
let me search.
let me search.
- News and Periodicals:
New Options for Wellness,
The Interaction Point*,
APS What's New.
- Analysis Software:
- Operations Logs:
- General Computing:
- Group Computing:
- Community Information:
Life at SLAC,
SLAC Administrative Services Handbook,
SLAC Environment, Safety, and Health Manual.
Environment, Safety, & Health (ES&H),
Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory (SSRL).
- Groups, Departments, Etc.
Accelerator Theory and Special Projects Group,
- Organization Charts
WWW at SLAC is supported by the
WWW Technical Committee,
to whom you should address questions, comments, complaints, etc.
for updates to SLAC's WWW pages,
for more system-related modifications, and
SLAC WWW Server Statistics
for usage data.
You may also find the
Old SLAC Home Page and the
Test SLAC Home Page
- HEP Experiments:
more HEP experiments.
- HEP Institutions:
The Virtual Review),
more HEP institutions.
- Federal Resources:
more federal agencies.
- Local Area Resources:
Stanford University and its
more local area resources.
- Network Organizations:
BBN Planet, Western Region,
- Professional Societies:
USENIX & SAGE.
- Other Information Sources:
Colleges and Universities,
the WWW Virtual Library
WWW Project was initiated at CERN.
People around the globe contribute.
CERN has just turned over basic WWW development in Europe to the
(W3C) is run jointly by INRIA and MIT.
for initial pointers to major topics and
SLAC WWW resources
for pointers to authoring, testing, and other materials for
service providers here.
* Access to this link is restricted to SLAC users.
+ When the "SLAC Organization" section gets large, we intend
to move parts of it, e.g., "Groups, Departments, Etc." and
"Organization Charts" off to another page.
This page is intended for people experienced with WWW
at SLAC ("refreshers") who prefer working in a flat dense space.
This version of the SLAC Home Page
was created by Joan Winters and
evolved from part of the original one
created by Tony Johnson and updated by various SLAC WWWizards.
This version of the SLAC seal was created by Terry Anderson.
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