NLM Gateway is a good tool for finding meeting abstracts for AIDS and other conferences. Abstracts from the 16th International Conference on AIDS (held in Toronto, Canada, in 2006) were recently added to the NLM Gateway Meeting Abstracts collection.
Other sources of AIDS meetings conferences include AEGIS (AIDS Education Global Information System). Abstracts for the International Conference on AIDS are also available on the International AIDS Society web site. Details on how to use these resources to find AIDS meetings abstracts are on the Public Health Library's AIDS/HIV Resources web page.
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New at the Public Health Library: 1GB and 2GB USB flash drives are available for loan. So if you forgot your laptop or your own USB flash drive, borrow one of ours!
These USB flash drives are available for 1-day loan to UCB students, faculty, and staff. Ask for one at our Circulation Desk.
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Monday August 23, 2-3pm, 145 Dwinelle Hall
The NIH Public Access Policy ensures that the public has access to the published results of NIH funded research. It requires scientists to submit NIH-funded peer-reviewed journal manuscripts to PubMed Central® upon acceptance for publication.
In order to maintain compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy, NIH program directors (PDs) and principal investigators (PIs) registered in eRA Commons must soon manage their professional bibliographies using the My Bibliography feature in My NCBI. As of July 23, 2010, PD/PIs will be unable to enter citations manually into eRA Commons and must use My Bibliography.
For detailed information, see:
Originally published in the NLM Technical Bulletin.
Nature proposed to raise the cost of California's license for its journals by 400 percent next year. The online edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education has an article about UCs negotiations with Nature Publishing Group -- "University of California Tries Just Saying No to Rising Journal Costs"