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Center for Science and Social Science Information

Jan 5, 2012

We are pleased to announce the opening of the new Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI), a collaboration between the University Library and Information Technology Services (ITS). The Center is located on the concourse level of the Kline Biology Tower, 219 Prospect Street. To help our community of investigators, scholars, educators, and students keep pace with the most... Read More

A Busy Day in the Cushing Center

Dec 16, 2011

The Cushing Center is an exciting place.  One day in November, 3 groups were using the center simultaneously: a class of middle school students, visiting Medical School applicants, and a group in the conference room.  The photograph shows one of the many school groups we have toured this fall, this group is from Foote School.  Whether the group is here to further their studies on Phineas Gage or... Read More

New Subscription to all sections of JoVE

Dec 2, 2011

Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) is a video journal for biological, medical, chemical and physical research indexed in PubMed. Two new sections added to the Library’s subscription: Clinical and Translational Medicine Bioengineering

Oxford Medicine Online Trial through mid-February

Dec 2, 2011

Try Oxford Medicine Online for access to handbooks, medical textbooks, and medical specialty libraries from Oxford University Press including such titles as the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, Oxford Psychiatry Library, and the Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Surgery. In addition to the full-text of the print counterpart, each resource contains all images and figures presented in full color and... Read More

Science Classic: the Digital Archives of Science

Nov 16, 2011

Science Classic provides access to the digitized full text archives of Science from its first issue in 1880 through 1996. Key articles in the history of science from the late 19th through the early 21st centuries are now at your fingertips. The full-text articles available in the Science Classic archive are available in high resolution PDF format. References are available in HTML and dynamically... Read More

Clinical Alert from the NIH

Oct 25, 2011

Clinical Alert: Commonly Used Three-drug Regimen for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Found Harmful NIH Stops One Treatment Arm of Trial; Other Two Treatments to Continue The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), part of the National Institutes of Health, has stopped one arm of a three arm multi-center, clinical trial studying treatments for the lung-scarring disease idiopathic... Read More

In the Know: Medical Resources @ Your Fingertips

Oct 19, 2011

Ever wonder how to manage your research articles or what medical apps are available for your mobile device?  Come to a walk-up help session on Thursday, November 10th and librarians will answer these questions and many more.  Drop by to hear about new resources and tools to manage research articles and format your references.   Bring your iPad or smart phone for hands-on learning.  For more... Read More

The Centennial Exhibit of the Yale Child Study Center

Oct 13, 2011

“100 Years of Child Study at Yale", is on display in the rotunda at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library.  The history of child development as a scientific field of study is primarily a story of the 20th century. The Yale Child Study Center stands as one of the few institutions – and the only one in a major University and School of Medicine – which has been a major source of leadership in the... Read More

U.S. Food Administration Posters from World War I

Oct 10, 2011

On View in the Library Corridor through January 6 Selections from the Historical Collections L.C. Clinker and M.J. Dwyer Don’t Waste Food While Others Starve! c.1918Lithograph printed by Heywood Strasser and Voight Lithograph Company, New York, for the U.S. Food AdministrationPurchased through the Lucia P. Fulton Fund 2010 Harvey T. Dunn U.S.A. 1884-1952 Victory is a Question of Stamina,... Read More

Anti-Drug and AIDS Awareness Posters

Oct 10, 2011

Anti-Drug and AIDS Awareness Posters from the 1980’s and 1990’s On View in the Library Foyer through January 6 Selections from the Historical Collections Andrej PagowskiPolish b. 1953                 Narkotyki to gówno [Drugs are Shit]                Published for Fundacja Wspierania Tworzcosci, Kultury i Sztuke                ARS [Foundation for Supportof Culture, Art, and Creativity... Read More