Lori Ann White

The INSPIRE website. (Click to go there.) This article first appeared in the May 10 issue of SLAC Today. INSPIRE, the next-generation high energy physics information system developed by a team from CERN, DESY, Fermilab and SLAC, is nearing production status but still very much open to feedback. INSPIRE is the successor to SPIRES-HEP, the 40-year-old information system originally designed to provide access to preprints, or scientific papers that have not yet been published in peer-reviewed journals. Timely access to preprints…