Release Date:  July 23, 1998


National Institutes of Health

Since July 1, 1998, the Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific
Projects (CRISP) database, has been accessible via the World Wide Web.  The
public is now able to access CRISP records dating from 1972 to the present
through the NIH Commons at:

The searchable CRISP database, which includes information regarding federally
funded biomedical research projects conducted at universities, hospitals, and
other research institutions, enables users to research scientific concepts,
emerging trends and techniques, or identify specific projects and/or
investigators.  Since 1992, CRISP has been located on a Gopher server
maintained by the National Institutes of Health.  By relocating the database
on the web, NIH has improved the public's ability to access and search the
CRISP records.


Users may submit email inquiries via the CRISP home page.  For more
information and assistance, contact:

Ms. Dorrette Worrell
Telephone:  (301) 435-0656

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