Trial access to Nano
The library is pleased to announce a trial access until December 31th to Nature Research Solution for Nanotechnology, known as Nano. The database provides indexed and structured information on nanomaterials and nanodevices from over 170 journals.
An event to learn about Nano is scheduled for November 16th at 2 pm and will be held in the Schmidt Lecture Hall, located next to the Perlman Building.
Please RSVP to email@example.comNov 6, 2017
New A-Z Database list on the Library’s home page
The Library’s A-Z Database list look along with the search technology behind it were changed to allow better integration with user facing library tools and resources. When you select “Databases” from the Search dropdown menu, you can either select “title starts with” and write just a single letter or “title Contains” where you can write a database name or a part of it. The results will come from our new A-Z Database List.Oct 24, 2017
Nobel Laureates on Henry Stewart Talks
Henry Stewart Talks are very proud to have 10 Nobel Laureates as speakers with lectures on The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection:
Prof. Bruce Beutler, Innate immune sensing and response
Prof. Sir Martin Evans, Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells
Prof. Edmond Fischer, Phosphorylase and the origin of reversible protein phosphorylation
Prof. Joachim Frank, Structural insights into aminoacyl-tRNA delivery by EF-Tu and translocation by EF-G
Prof. Jeffrey C. Hall, Cracking the case of circadian rhythms by Drosophila genetics
Prof. Jules Hoffmann, The anti-microbial defense of Drosophila: a paradigm for innate immunity
Prof. Roger Kornberg, Chromatin and Transcription
Prof. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Structural insights into decoding of mRNA by the ribosome
Prof. Ralph Steinman, Dendritic cells: linking innate to different forms of adaptive immunity
Prof. Thomas Steitz, The structural basis for how the large ribosomal subunit catalyses peptide bond formationOct 22, 2017
New JoVE Science Education collections available now
Visit the new JoVE Science Education collections:
Lab Animal Research - A comprehensive video guide for ethical, standardized lab animal care and use.
Biochemistry - Video demonstrations of commonly used purification methods and showcase methods for assessing biomolecule interaction and function.
Lab Safety - Guidelines for working with hazardous materials and equipment, as well as specific safety procedures for operating in chemistry and biology labs.
Organic Chemistry II - Videos that cover the theory and reactions necessary to carry out syntheses on a more advanced level.Oct 18, 2017
Welcome to SciFinder-n
The new tool, SciFinder-n, replaces SciFinder. It is based on a new technology and is more efficient. It enables many search sessions at once. Wiley’s ChemPlannes is integrated exclusively in it. You can log into it with your SciFinder user/password. Access SciFinder-n via this link
On February 28, 2018:
Sep 18, 2017
- SciFinder will no longer be accessible.
- SciFinder Keep Me Posted (KMPs) will discontinue running.
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