The Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) is delighted to announce the re-launch of Primate Info Net (PIN). Since 1995, PIN has been a primary resource covering the broad field of primatology, providing original content and links to resources about non-human primates in research, education and conservation. This includes our collection of peer-reviewed Primate Factsheets, providing a virtual ‘encylopedia’ of the world’s primate species and primate topics. PIN also supports an informal “primate information network” comprised of thousands of individuals around the world working with non-human primates, through e-mail lists, Google Groups and other resources. Notably, the International Directory of Primatology comprises a database of thousands of primatologists; Primate-Science presents a forum for scientific discussion; the Primate-News service distributes the latest headlines from the primatological field; and Primate-Jobs lists positions wanted and offered that work with non-human primates. As we continue to build PIN, if you notice that something’s missing, would like to contribute, or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. PIN is a community effort and we’d love to hear from you!