Bids going up

March 3, 2000

Bath Information Data Services (Bids) is offering students and academics access to the Medline database. The free service, produced by the National Library of Medicine, contains more than 10 million records, including abstracts from more than 3,800 biomedical journals worldwide.

Bids' parent company,

ingenta, has signed an access agreement covering Reuters

Business Briefing service for UK higher and further education institutions. This provides access to more than 1.4 million news stories with the addition of the Reuters Business Briefing Select service.


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