To encourage researchers living more than 100 miles from St. Louis to use these collections, Becker Library offers two grants annually of up to $1,000 each to help defray the costs of travel, lodging, food and photo reproductions. Covered expenses will be reimbursed at the conclusion of the visit. Apply by March 1, 2023.
From Feb. 6-10, libraries, archives and other cultural institutions around the world are sharing free coloring sheets and books based on materials from their collections. On the first floor of Becker Library, you’ll find snacks, coloring books and materials, so let your inner child take over! Then show off your masterpiece(s) to the circulation desk to win a special prize.
Becker library now provides access to all JoVE Research videos including the new JoVE Encyclopedia of Experiments. JoVE’s 13,000+ video protocols can be used to enhance your biomedical research and training. Content can be accessed 24/7 and there are text translations.
When you create an EndNote library, the software automatically creates the .enl and .data folders. Use the EndNote Library ‘Compress Library’ feature to back up your library or share a copy with a colleague.
Learn more about SciENcv, how to make your work more openly available, the expansion of the NIH Preprint Pilot, and the Highly Cited Researchers list for 2022.
The event featured three presentations given by members of the WashU and St. Louis community. Each presentation served to help contextualize Frederik Ruysch’s work by looking at the history of anatomy, print engravings, and similar topics.
This headband, called an Aurolese Phone, is on display along with more than 60 other hearing devices in a new exhibit at Becker Library called “How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000.” Compared with the conversation tubes, ear trumpets, and more familiar-looking electronic hearing aids on display in Glaser Gallery, this floral headband seems rather out of place.
This is part 4 of a four-part blog series on FAIR data principles (Part 1: Findable, part2: Accessible, part3: Interoperable, part4: Reusable). We reviewed making data findable in the part 1 blog, accessible in the part 2 blog, and interoperable in the part 3 blog. In this blog, we will discuss how to make data [Read more]