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The Berkeley Science Review will host the second science writing seminar of the year, featuring Brian Mossop and Ruchir Shah! Brian is a science writer who works for PLoS, and Ruchir is the associate editor of PLoS Biology.
Come hear about open-source publishing, establishing a career as a science writer, and how editors view your articles and manuscripts. Brian and Ruchir will present both sides of scientific publishing, as well as suggestions for those looking to join the field.
Wednesday, April 27th,
421 Stanley Hall
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The UC Berkeley Libraries' new mobile website, is designed to display clearly on small screens.
You can search OskiCat, look up library hours, ask a question, contact the libraries & librarians, find libraries on a campus map,
& check our events calendar.
The mobile site has been tested on iPhones, Android phones, iPads, and other devices. If you notice a problem or have a suggestion, please let us know.
Users of most smartphones and tablet devices who go to our regular homepage URL, www.lib.berkeley.edu, will now see a page that gives a choice between the mobile and full websites.
This development is part of a larger project to develop a campuswide mobile website. Originally posted by J. Kupersmith.
Science Writing, poster presentations, managing your documents, pdfs & images & putting it all together into a paper that your readers will understand ~ takes organization. The books in our exhibit, focus on writing about science, presenting your test results & producing a paper.
The Exhibit Books are displayed in the Library.
Use our web guides: astronomy & physics for links to poster presentations, ebooks, ejournals, articles, endnote, refworks and more.