Category: Science

Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect

A groundbreaking discovery shows MIT’s commitment to open access

More than one billion years ago, two massive black holes collided and...

 Bibliotech
TAIR brings Arabidopsis Thaliana data to you

TAIR brings Arabidopsis Thaliana data to you

Search for genetic and molecular data

Many of you will already know the key plant Arabidopsis thaliana, the first...

Data
Looking to manage your active research and data? Try LabArchives

Looking to manage your active research and data? Try LabArchives

Electronic Lab Notebooks help researchers better document and track their work

Looking for a more robust way to keep track of your research...

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Why not Ask Us? It’s April!

Why not Ask Us? It’s April!

It's a great time to use one of our best services

Let’s face it: the last half of the spring semester is here,...

Social sciences

How to get published in IEEE journals

April 21, 2016 12 - 1pm

A presentation by Ruth Wolfish

Attention, would-be IEEE authors! Ruth Wolfish, IEEE client services manager, will present...

Data
Brown Bag: The Visual Component

Brown Bag: The Visual Component

May 11, 2016 12 - 1pm

More than Pretty Pictures with Felice Frankel

Join the Program on Information Science for our May Brown Bag with Felice Frankel, research scientist in the Center for Materials Science and Engineering here...

Data
“Water, Water, Every Where…” [1]

“Water, Water, Every Where…” [1]

Libraries resources on the topic of water

One of the most active areas of ongoing research and coursework at...

Data

Changes in Journal Citation Reports (JCR) improve analysis of journals

Perhaps you’ve used JCR from Thomson Reuters to find the “impact factor”...

Business & management

Synthesis eBooks: A great place to start in EECS

Overviews of cutting-edge topics in EECS and more

The MIT Libraries is pleased to announce access to the latest collection...

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