Startree Navigation System

Are you sick and tired of finding scattered information about complex plasma research around the world on the internet? Here at Complex Plasma Laboratory, we have the perfect solution for you. As part of our website upgrade, we are proud to present a new and innovative tool for our complex plasma scientists called the Startree Navigation System (SNS). The following is a simple user guide for beginners.

Step 1: SNS can be found in our links section. Press the blue circle to activate the system. A new window applet should appear. Please be patient as the system takes several seconds to load.

Step 2: Complex plasma research websites across five continents had been stored into our SNS database and organised into a tree network.

Step 3: By dragging the tree, you can easily navigate and preview an image of the related website. As an example, here we navigate along the Oceania-Australia branch

Step 4: By hovering your cursor on the image, details of the website will be shown. Double-click to access the website.

Step 5: The chosen website will be displayed on the right side of the window. The individual windows can be resized. In addition, a search tool is incorporated into SNS so that you can find your website quickly and conveniently.

Hopefully people will find the Startree Navigation System useful. If you believe I have missed a complex plasma research website, please contact me to update the system.


Felix Cheung


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