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  • Download EndNote X9 from the NIH Library

    Working on a manuscript? Download EndNote X9 from the NIH Library to create, format, and update your bibliographies.

  • Sharpen Your Writing Skills at the NIH Library

    The NIH Library is offering a series of classes this summer intended to help you refresh or enhance your skills and set you up for publishing success. 

  • Choosing a Quality Journal for Publication—October 30 NIH Library Event

    The NIH Library is pleased to host a special event that addresses challenges that authors, editors, and their supervisors face on the path to successful publication on an almost daily basis. Register to attend in-person at the NIH Library (Training Room 1&2) or online via WebEx.

  • Enhance Your Writing Skills: NIH Library Writing Classes in March

    Take one of the NIH Library’s writing classes being offered this March. Whether you are working on your very first manuscript, need to create a scientific poster, or are looking to learn more about preparing statistics for publication, these NIH Library classes will enhance your skills and set you up for publishing success.

  • Introducing “NIH Library Go”: A New Look for an Old Favorite

    Have you ever been doing online research and come across the NIH Library’s Full-text Plus! button? If so, you have experienced how the NIH Library staff is working behind the scenes to make sure you have seamless access to full-text content. We are always looking for ways to improve these services. Starting in October, we are introducing NIH Library Go, which will replace the Full-text Plus! button.

  • R Office Hours: Free Drop-in Consulting Service at the NIH Library

    Are you using R, but have run into a problem that has you stumped? Help is available! The NIH Library is pleased to offer a new drop-in consulting service for R users. R Office Hours will be held on the second Tuesday of each month from 12-2 pm in the NIH Library Media Room.

  • uPrint 3D Printer Training Offered January 12th

    The uPrint 3D Printer, made by Stratasys, is the latest addition to the NIH Library’s 3D printer service. The uPrint offers dissolvable model supports that allow for more delicate model printing and a heated print chamber that reduces cracking and curling with ABS models.