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What is RSS?

Depending on who you ask, RSS stands for "Rich Site Summary," "RDF Site Summary," or "Really Simple Syndication." Whatever you call it, it is an easy way to keep track of news and other updates from your favorite websites. Instead of going to the website, the website will send you a message every time there is something new. Messages from selected websites are gathered by a piece of software known as an RSS Reader which then displays feed from all of the websites in one place.

The JBC and RSS

The JBC makes citation and abstract information for recent and current articles available through RSS. This makes it easier for you to stay on top of the latest developments in scientific research.

Using RSS

To make use of RSS you need to install an RSS Reader on your computer, browser or email service. Using your RSS Reader you can subscribe to RSS content from the JBC. To learn more about the types of feed readers available visit the frequently updated wikipedia entry:

List of RSS Readers from Wikipedia

JBC RSS on the Kindle

You can also subscribe to the JBC’s RSS feeds on your Kindle via the Amazon Kindle Store. Receive the JBC’s current issue table of contents, the latest from your favorite section or the Papers in Press listing daily right on your Kindle.

If you are a Webmaster, you can integrate JBC RSS feeds into your website. The text and links on your website will automatically update as our feeds are updated. The easiest way to do this is to use a Web-based service that will generate JavaScript code you can paste into your website to grab the feed automatically. Some of these include FeedRoll and RSS-To-Javascript.

How can I sign up to RSS feeds from

Please click on any of the orange RSS feed buttons and copy and paste the URL (web address for the RSS feed) on to your News Reader. Then follow the instructions of the particular News Reader you’ve installed.


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