Sciences

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“Outnumbered”: Library Photo Award Winner Documents Women in Science

Courtesy of UNC College of Arts & Sciences An environmental engineer who studies nanoparticles and competitively races downhill mountain bikes. A wildlife biologist who traverses across North Carolina’s most remote swamplands to tag wildlife and monitor flooding. A 7-year-old budding scientist who collects rocks, builds circuits and has a pet snake. UNC doctoral student and … Continue reading

UNC Library Student Employee Helps Create Ebola Tracking Site

UNC Library student employee Alison Blain helped with visualizations and graphics for eboliainliberia.org. Continue reading

Welcome to the Research Hub and Makerspace!

New spaces and services will help Carolina researchers propel their work in new directions. Continue reading

Library at the North Carolina Science Expo April 12

Make the Library part of your expo fun with tours of the “Rooms of Wonder” exhibition in Wilson Library and an activity for kids at our booth on Cameron Ave. Continue reading

SciFinder Chemistry Research Workshop Jan. 10

Learn advanced online search techniques with SciFinder, one of the largest collections of chemistry information online. Continue reading

Series Offers Free Information Tips for UNC Science Researchers

A free informational series in November and December will help UNC students and faculty in the sciences accelerate their research. Continue reading

Learn Reputation Management and Citation Searching at Oct. 17 Scopus Workshops

Two free workshops on Oct. 17 will teach faculty, students and community researchers to use advanced features of Scopus. Continue reading

Daughter of “Medicine’s Michelangelo” to Discuss Biography of her Father Sept. 26

UNC alumna Francine Mary Netter will discuss her forthcoming book, Medicine’s Michelangelo: The Life & Art of Frank H. Netter, M.D., on Sept. 26 at the UNC Health Sciences Library. Continue reading

UNC Librarians to Participate in Data Management Grant

Three UNC librarians will be part of a collaborative grant project that will teach data management principles and techniques. The librarians are Barrie Hayes, Michele Hayslett, and Danianne Mizzy. Continue reading

Searching Citations? Free Training July 31 and Aug. 6

Researchers who search and track citations can learn about Scopus and Web of Knowledge Complete during free lunch-and-learn training sessions July 31 and Aug. 6. Continue reading

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