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Biological Sciences: Biology News

Guide to biological science library resources

What is an RSS Feed?

An RSS feed (also known as an XML or news feed) is a listing of a Web site's content. It is updated whenever new content is published to the site. News readers "subscribe" to the feeds, automatically downloading lists of stories at a user-specified interval, and presenting them in the news reader.

A news feed might contain a list of story headlines, a list of excerpts from the stories, or a list containing each story from the website.  All news feeds have a link back to the Web site, so if a headline catches your eye, click on the link for that article.  RSS feeds are syndicated content. 

How to use RSS Feeds LibGuide.

WySR- Wyoming Scholars Repository

Wyoming Scholars Repository (WySR) is a University of Wyoming Libraries service dedicated to preserving and providing open access to the scholarly and creative works of the University of Wyoming. WySR provides open access to works produced by University of Wyoming faculty, researchers, and students. The goals of WySR are to increase the visibility of UW’s scholarship, encourage collaboration and innovation, and contribute to the ongoing development of new knowledge.

ScienceDaily

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Science 2.0 - Life Sciences

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Scientific American

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Breast Cancer Cell

Breast cancer invades normal tissues and establishes new centers of growth. Note that the duct on inside of breast is completely filled with tumor cells. This histological slide, stained with H&E stain and magnified to 100x.

By Dr. Cecil Fox (Photographer) [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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