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From the NCBI Insights Blog: PubMed Commons has been a valuable experiment in supporting discussion of published scientific literature. The service was first introduced as a pilot project in the fall of 2013 and was reviewed in 2015. Despite low levels of use at that time, NIH decided to extend the effort for another year… Read More »
What happened? I was supposed to be on vacation in Bali, Indonesia at the end of November. But instead, I found myself still in Prairie Village, Kansas. Why am I telling you? Because mother earth, yes that earth, had other plans for me and Bali, namely the eruption of a volcano. Here is an impressive… Read More »
NIH offers a free and easy way for you to get trusted, up-to-date health information from the National Institutes of Health directly onto your website. Choose from a vast array of health topics and keep your site fresh with credible material that updates automatically. High-quality and multimedia content developed at the Federal Government can be… Read More »
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In November, NIH announced a new format for biographical sketches (aka biosketches); the new format is required for grant applications submitted for due dates after May 24, 2015. SciENcv, a tool available through PubMed’s My NCBI for creating biosketches, has been updated to reflect the format changes and to help users convert their existing NIH biosketches… Read More »