The Health Sciences Library strives to keep our collections relevant to all of our users. Here are a few new resources that are relevant to researchers on campus:
- Want to keep on the latest biomedical research trends from around the world? We currently have a trial subscription to Henry Stewart Talks until June 30th, 2016. This resource contains lectures from top scientists around the world, including Nobel Laureates, on cutting edge topics, such as using tumor antigens to treat cancer and using interactive networks to understand human disease. For instructors, they will even suggest content based on your syllabus. Try it now.
- Not finding what you need in your literature search? HSL has a one year subscription to Quetzal, a biomedical search engine that uses natural language processing to recognize biomedical abbreviations, like gene names, and sophisticated filters to narrow your search. Quetzal searches the same content as PubMed plus more. See this review for more information.
- Need to make publication quality graphs? The library now has GraphPad Prism installed on select workstations in the library. See this post for more information.
Remember, we make decisions about what to subscribe to based on usage and user input. If we’re doing a trial for a resource that you think might be useful, use it! If you see a resource we’re lacking, please suggest a new item for our collection.
- Tobin Magle, PhD, Bioinformationist