A hands-on workshop introducing NCBI bioinformatics tools such as PubMed, Gene, Protein, Nucleotide, and BLAST:
The workshop will cover selecting the proper tools for your question, navigating through the interlinked NCBI databases, and saving your results.
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 3
Time: 12 - 1 pm
Location: Bioscience Library Training Room, 2189 VLSB
Open to all interested students and researchers; no registration is required.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
BIOBASE Proteome includes tools for gene set analysis and pathway visualization:
BIOBASE HGMD provides data on inherited human gene mutations that:
Proteome/HGMD Workshops: Katherine Wendelsdorf, Ph.D., QIAGEN/BIOBASE Senior Scientist, will be presenting hands-on training workshops on Proteome and HGMD:
The workshops are open to all interested researchers. If you are interested in attending, please let us know.
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to announce that GIDEON (Global Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Online Network) has been licensed for UCB use!
GIDEON's Infectious diseases module facilitates diagnoses, and tracks information on Infectious Diseases from around the globe.
The science and engineering libraries are holding a series of workshops during Fall Semester that can help you get the most out of freely available as well as Berkeley subscribed resources. Workshops include:
Check out the full schedule with locations and times on our Events Calendar. All workshops are drop-in - no registration required.
The Astrophysics Data System or ADS, a tool for finding astronomical and planetary science, has introduced a beta version of its new interface, Bumblebee. Bumblebee builds on the ADS "Classic" and ADS "2.0" interfaces, and introduces new filtering options and the ability to search full-text.
For the time being, the myADS notification service will remain unchanged, but look forward to a new custom notification service in the coming year.
For help constructing complex searches, visit: http://adsabs.github.io/help/search/
And for the hackers among you, visit github to check out Bumblebee's publicly accessible code.