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  • Introduction to Camtasia Webinar, December 2 at 1 p.m.

    Registration is now open for the Introduction to Camtasia webinar being offered by the NIH Library. Camtasia is an all-in-one screen recording and editing software suite used to create video tutorials and presentations. 

  • New Statistical Support Services Now Offered at the NIH Library

    The NIH Library is pleased to introduce statistical support services for NIH staff and selected HHS agencies. These new services, managed by the Library’s Data Services team, feature statistical consulting and training.

  • Got data? Check out the NIH Library’s Data Science eBooks and Resources!

    Are you wrestling with the best way to manage your data? The NIH Library can help with its robust collection of eBooks on data management, data visualization, and programming languages. Check out some of the data science eBooks from the NIH Library’s extensive online collection.

  • Making Health: Inspiring Innovative Solutions for Research and Clinical Care

    The National Week of Making (June 17-23, 2016) celebrates the ingenuity and creativity of the diverse community of inventors in the Maker Movement. Join in celebrating the National Week of Making with a special symposium at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) titled “Making Health: Inspiring Innovative Solutions for Research and Clinical Care.”

  • BioBots Bioprinter Demonstration December 10

    The BioBot 1 is a desktop bioprinter that builds 3D tissues from cells. It has a dual extruder system that uses visible blue light to cure biomaterials without harming cells, and it has 100 um resolution.

  • NIH Celebrates Pi Day

    The Greek letter π is the symbol for the irrational number representing the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is approximately 3.1415926. Pi Day is an annual celebration on March 14th (3/14), with this year’s being a very special Pi Day (3/14/15).

  • Print for Free @ the NIH Library

    Through the NIH Library’s Technology Sandbox, a 2014 trial of 3D printers exposed NIH staff to cutting edge technology for work and research. The pilot was so successful that the Library is now permanently offering free 3D printing services. ​​