Category: Science

BrowZine: A new tool for a new year

BrowZine: A new tool for a new year

Access journals from your smartphone or tablet

The MIT Libraries is happy to offer a new and easy way to keep up (or catch up) with journals from the comfort of...

Humanities

Need help creating a data management plan? Try the DMPTool

New MIT-customized tool helps researchers write plans to meet funder requirements

Did you know that your funding agency likely requires you to share your research data? And that you may have to submit a data...

Engineering

IAP 2016: Biology resources

Explore our workshop offerings

The MIT Libraries are offering several classes on biology resources: Bioinformatics for Beginners Tue, Jan 12, 3:30–5pm, 14N-132 Register Fri, Jan 15, 10:30am–12pm, 14N-132...

Science
OA research in the news: Searching for the oldest stars

OA research in the news: Searching for the oldest stars

Anna Frebel hunts for clues to the early universe

In a new book published this month, MIT astronomer Anna Frebel chronicles her work as a stellar archaeologist, scanning the skies with telescopes and...

Scholarly communication
Noga honored by the Geoscience Information Society

Noga honored by the Geoscience Information Society

Contributions to the field of geoscience information recognized with Mary B. Ansari Distinguished Service Award

Michael Noga, collections strategist and earth and planetary sciences and mathematics librarian, was honored as the 2015 recipient of the Geoscience Information Society’s Mary...

Science
OA research in the news: MIT faculty win Breakthrough Prizes

OA research in the news: MIT faculty win Breakthrough Prizes

Three MIT researchers were honored this week in a star-studded, televised ceremony for the Breakthrough Prizes, which go to “important, primarily recent, achievements” in...

Science

Order restored to historic Atomic Energy Commission Technical Reports

Reports newly organized and now more findable

One of the hidden gems in the MIT Libraries is its collection of energy-related technical reports dating back into the 1940’s when the Atomic...

All news

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...

Data

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