Category Archives: NLM
The NIH 3D Print Exchange is a public website for the sharing and editing of biomedical 3D print files. The 3D Print Exchange was launched in June and aims to increase participation in this new field with far-reaching uses, including in medical research. … Continue reading
Recently social media icons have been added to the abstract display for PubMed citations. This means that sharing PubMed citations via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ is now seamless and as easy as selecting the appropriate icon underneath the citation and abstract.
The National Library of Medicine has recently updated its brief guide helping authors who wish to select MeSH descriptors (terms) as key words for their articles. New to NLM’s suggestions is MeSH on Demand, a tool that can automatically identify relevant MeSH terms … Continue reading
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has recently introduced a new subject guide on Drug Information as part of the Subject Guides on Selected Topics series. The subject guides are intended for use by health professionals, researchers, librarians, students, and others, and … Continue reading
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is hosting a lecture series about health communication. The first of this five part series is today, March 4th from 3:30 – 5pm. The lecture can be viewed live at http://videocast.nih.gov/ and a video of the … Continue reading
GeneEd is a new genetics resource from the National Library of Medicine that is targeted towards high school students and teachers. The database includes information on a variety of topics, such as cell biology, top issues in genetics, heredity, DNA forensics, … Continue reading