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  • Director's Message―December 2017

    With the holiday season upon us, it is a great time to reflect on the past year, celebrate our many successes, and plan for the future. In my previous messages, I’ve highlighted some of the NIH Library’s achievements over 2017.

  • Hour of Code Classes at the NIH Library

    The NIH Library is participating in the Hour of Code by hosting four hands-on coding classes, December 4–6, at the NIH Library and online via webinar. Because these classes are hands-on, they are being offered for a little more than an hour.

  • Become a Friend of the NIH Library

    We are looking for NIH staff to join the Friends of the NIH Library group to help us better understand the Library’s programs and services from a customer perspective.

  • Register Now for the Pathway Studio Training Class – July 15

    Attend the Pathway Studio training class to learn how to use this online research solution that combines a knowledgebase of literature extracted molecular facts with powerful analytical and visualization tools to better understand the underlying biology from experimental, clinical and literature-based evidence.

  • Drupal GovCon 2016 Schedule Announced – Register Today!

    Register today to attend Drupal GovCon 2016, the premier government Drupal event and one of the biggest Drupal conferences on the East Coast. This annual conference, hosted by the NIH Library, features Drupal community leaders from around the world discussing a variety of cutting-edge Drupal topics.

  • CLC Genomics Workbench Training—June 10th

    CLC Genomics Workbench, for analyzing, comparing, and visualizing next generation sequencing data, incorporates cutting-edge technology and algorithms, while also supporting and integrating with the rest of a typical NGS workflow.

  • Fostering Research and Discovery – June 4th

    NIH staff are invited to attend “Fostering Research and Discovery” on June 4, organized by the NIH Library. This free event will be held in the NIH Library Training Room, Building 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Both in-person and remote attendance options are available. Registration is required.