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Introducing DynaMedex, an all-in-one solution that provides evidence-based insights designed to accelerate clinical decisions and improve efficiency at the point of care.
IEEE Xplore provides access to more than five million full-text documents from highly cited publications in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics
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.
AccessMedicine is a comprehensive online resource that provides instant access to leading medical textbooks, instructional videos, and study and self-assessment tools.
Are you looking for help with your systematic review? The NIH Library’s Systematic Review Service can help with consultations, classes and databases.
Register to attend this class on SciFinder, a chemistry database that provides integrated access to a comprehensive collection of chemical substances, reactions, and literature references.
The NIH Library is presenting Reaxys Training on October 23, 12:30-2:00 p.m. Reaxys is a chemistry database that provides access to information about millions of chemical structures, reactions, and properties.
UpToDate is an evidence-based, physician-authored, clinical resource accessible to NIH staff on the NIH network/VPN. Registration is quick, easy, and free.
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.