OpenLab 2007

Because I am one of the contributors, I will not review this book. However, I know that some of you may wish to review it and I also know that a few more of you might wish to actually purchase a copy just so you can read it! If so, you can go here to purchase your very own copy.

The rumor is that Nature is reviewing this book, and I know that Amazon will be listing this book for sale soon (remember; I get a 1% "reward" on total sales for every Amazon purchase that you make through my blog, at no cost to you). I will update you with the Amazon link to the book after it is available.

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How about a link to Amazon.co.uk ?

I normally buy my books from there as the shipping to my home is a lot less expensive.

Happily go via your site to reach Amazon

By Chris' Wills (not verified) on 15 Jan 2008 #permalink