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Oct

19

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What’s the answer? Try Google Forms to find out.

Posted by on October 19th, 2015 0 comments

I usually use SurveyMonkey to create questionnaires, but this time I used Google Forms and I’m testing it out on our website. You do not need a Google account to try it. Loading…

Posted in: PubMed

Sep

21

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Create a Biosketch with SciENcv: The Webinar

Posted by on September 21st, 2015 0 comments

This 30 minute webinar presented by NCBI shows you how to use SciENcv to maintain your scientific record and generate the new NIH Biosketch.

Posted in: NIH, PubMed

Aug

24

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Create an alert in PubMed. Get Notified when MeSH terms have been applied.

Posted by on August 24th, 2015 0 comments

Watch this short video to learn how to create an alert in PubMed so you can be notified when MeSH terms have been added to an in-process citation. Use the buttons below the video to turn closed captions off/on or to change the resolution of the video.

Posted in: PubMed

Aug

17

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SciENcv Updated to Support New NIH Biosketch Format

Posted by on August 17th, 2015 0 comments

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┬áMy NCBI for creating biosketches, has been updated to reflect the format changes and to help users convert their existing NIH biosketches… Read More »

Posted in: NIH, PubMed

Jul

31

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Introducing PubMed Labs

Posted by on July 31st, 2015 0 comments

PubMed Labs is a new initiative from NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) designed to create innovative and relevant products by involving the user community from the very beginning. PubMed users are now encouraged (and being solicited) to provide feedback on PubMed directly through the NCBI blog. A few of the key points of this… Read More »

Posted in: PubMed

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