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Announcements & News
The NIH Library is here to help you—online—with your virtual information and research needs. This week, we are highlighting research resources provided by the NIH Library.
Join the NIH Library and the Office of Data Science Strategy, in celebrating Pi Day—a day early, on Friday, March 13th.
The NIH Library now offers full-text search capabilities of articles directly from the main search box on the Library’s homepage.
Interested in popular science titles? Look no further. Through the NIH Library, you can instantly borrow popular science eBooks and audiobooks with OverDrive.
NIH and HHS staff are invited to attend the Data Visualization Community of Practice (CoP) meeting on February 10, organized by the NIH Library Technology Hub team.
The NIH Library Bioinformatics Support Program has organized a GeneSpring 13.1 training class for January 5. This free training will be held in the NIH Library Training Room, Building 10, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., which includes Tips and Tricks from 1 to 4 p.m. Registration is required.
OmicCircos is a free tool used to generate high-quality circular plots for visualizing annotations and genomic variations, including mutation patterns, copy number variations (CNVs), expression patterns, and methylation patterns.
NIH and HHS staff are invited to attend our quarterly Data Visualization Community of Practice (COP) meeting on Oct 8, from 1 – 2:30 p.m., EDT.
In conjunction with the NIH Research Festival, the Library’s open house will showcase why we truly are “Your Partner in Research.” New this year will be a demonstration of the data visualization touch screen provided by the NIH Office of the Associate Director for Data Science.