Category: Science

Transformative interactions in the scientific workforce

September 15, 2015 12:00 - 1:00pm

Brown bag talk with Chaoqun Ni

A competitive scientific workforce is essential for the health and well-being of a society. However, U.S. dominance in the global knowledge economy has been...

All news

Business resources for engineers & scientists

July 15, 2015 1pm - 2pm

Understand the commercial potential for your ideas, how to find partners, & sources for financial support

This session will introduce engineers and scientists to business information resources that will help you understand the commercial potential for your ideas, how to...

Engineering
OA research in the news: A unique neuroanatomy lesson

OA research in the news: A unique neuroanatomy lesson

Ever wonder which areas of your brain “turn on” when you see faces or think about other people’s thoughts? Using a scanning method called...

Scholarly communication

Tips and tricks for advanced SciFinder users

April 17, 2015 11:30am - 1pm

How to do more with your searches

This workshop will cover the following areas: Part I. Research topic searching Learn how to ask a question, and export analysis results for reports,...

Science
Ingenuity Pathway Analysis training

Ingenuity Pathway Analysis training

April 23, 2015 2:30pm - 5:30pm

Gain a better understanding of the biology underlying a gene expression

Learn how to use Ingenuity Pathways Analysis (IPA) for the analysis of your ‘omics data. Build complete regulatory pictures and gain a better understanding...

All news

Business information for engineers and scientists

April 16, 2015 1pm - 2pm

Learn about the commercial potential of your ideas

This session will introduce engineers and scientists to business information resources that will help you understand the commercial potential for your ideas, how to...

All news

authors@MIT: Max Tegmark

March 17, 2015 5:30pm

Join us as we welcome theoretical physicst and MIT Professor Max Tegmark to celebrate the paperback release of his bestselling book, Our Mathematical Universe...

All news

NASA releases Public Access Plan

NASA released its Public Access Plan February 11, 2015, in compliance with the White House Directive. The policy covers both publications and data. Publications...

Data
OA research in the news: How global warming can worsen snowfalls

OA research in the news: How global warming can worsen snowfalls

In the last month, Boston has set a string of records: Most snowfall in the city in a 30-day period (90.2 inches); deepest snow...

Science