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Presenting the new Scope

Today we're pleased to present the new Scope. We're hoping the new design will not only be a visual improvement, but, more importantly, will make it easier for readers to use. Please take a minute to look around and tell us what you think in the comments.

We'd also like to thank our collaborators in the School of Medicine's Information Technology & Resources department for their help developing the new version of the site - and, in particular, we'd like to acknowledge the enormous efforts of John Worley, interaction designer, and Koorosh Davoodian, web developer, in bringing this update to fruition.

And, finally, thanks to our readers for their support of Scope over the past two years. We hope you continue enjoying our blog.

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