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News Feeds (RSS)

How to Access RSS Feeds

There are a number of ways to access RSS feeds. You can install a news reader that displays RSS feeds from the Web sites you select, enabling you to view hundreds of headlines at once. After installing the news reader, you can add each feed manually from the Web site by clicking on the orange feed button (right) next to the feed listed to the left of this sidebar.

An alternative to downloading a dedicated news reader is to use a Web-based news reader. For example, My Yahoo!, Google Reader or My AOL users can now add RSS feeds directly to their personal page.

Terms of Use

We encourage the use of IBC Life Sciences' RSS feeds for personal use in a news reader or as part of a non-commercial Web site or blog. We require proper format and attribution whenever IBC Life Sciences' content is posted on your Web site, and we reserve the right to require that you cease distributing IBC Life Sciences' content.

Available RSS Feeds

Feed ContentsSubscribe
IBC Life Sciences NewsDownload RSS/XML
BPI Event NewsDownload RSS/XML
DDT Week NewsDownload RSS/XML

What Are RSS Feeds?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution. IBC Life Sciences offers RSS feeds for use in news readers and Web logs (blogs). These feeds include headlines, summaries (where applicable) and links back to ibclifesciences.com for the full article. RSS feeds are free and IBC Life Sciences currently uses RSS 2.0.

For more information about RSS and descriptions of various news readers, read the New York Times article, "Fine-Tuning Your Filter for Online Information."


How to Subscribe to an RSS Feed

Click on the below content area(s) to which you're interested in subscribing, and follow the instructions to add to your news reader or your personal My Yahoo!, Google Reader or My AOL page.

With many RSS readers you will need to copy the URL that appears after clicking on a content area. The services will typically offer a text input in which you can paste the relevant URL.