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Faculty of 1000
We are writing to inform you of an open access repository from Faculty of 1000 (http://f1000.com) (developed by the founders of open access), called F1000 Posters), which covers posters from the leading biology and medicine conferences. Since its launch in June 2010, it has grown quite considerably, and now includes posters from over 180 international meetings, with some of our top-performing posters receiving 400-850 views in a month. We thought you may be interested to inform your researchers about this free new tool which aims to provide indefinite access to the latest developments presented at conferences, but often several months or even years before they are published. We have created a series of 3 posters and wondered whether you might be willing to help us by putting these up around the relevant areas in your institution.
There are a few options:
* You (or a colleague) could download the posters (A4 size - http://f1000posters.com/doc/F1000_Posters_A4.pdf; A3 size - http://f1000posters.com/doc/F1000_Posters_A3.pdf, US letter size - http://f1000posters.com/doc/F1000_Posters_USLetter.pdf) and then just print them yourself and place them in the appropriate places
- We would be happy to send you professionally printed copies of the posters - just tell us which size you prefer - small (A4) or large (A3) - and the best mailing address to use
- We could send you banner-type versions of these posters to put on your institutional pages as appropriate (or simply some text and a logo) - just tell us what you require
- Additionally, do you know of any students who might be keen to earn a little extra money by putting up a whole series of posters around all the relevant departments on your campus? We would then mail them a whole batch of printed posters.
Many thanks for any help with this and do let us know if you have any questions.
Rebecca Lawrence, PhD
Director, New Product Development
FACULTY of 1000
World bank open access
Come parte dell'iniziativa “Open Access Policy”, la Banca Mondiale ha
lanciato data.worldbank.org, un sito Web che fornisce un accesso libero e
semplice alle statistiche e agli indicatori sullo sviluppo. Il Catalogo
dei dati a disposizione fornirà l'accesso a oltre 2.000 indicatori da
fonti di dati World Bank. Gli utenti dovranno includere l'attribuzione,
specificando la fonte dei dati, ma saranno liberi di riprodurre,
distribuire, adattare, visualizzare o inserire i dati in altri prodotti
per fini commerciali e non.
L'iniziativa è parte della decisione della Banca mondiale di rendere i
propri dati più accessibili, e il sito fornisce un accesso user-friendly
alle informazioni disponibile in quattro lingue: inglese, spagnolo,
francese e arabo.
Questa nuova iniziativa coincide con la pubblicazione dell’edizione 2010
del World Development Indicators (WDI), una delle risorse più importanti
della Banca mondiale legate alla ricerca statistica. Oltre a fornire
accesso aperto alla WDI, verrà offerto l'accesso aperto anche alle
seguenti risorse: Global Development Finance (GDF), Africa Development
Indicators, Global Economic Monitor, e gli indicatori da Doing Business
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Per l’accesso alla maschera di ricerca: databank.worldbank.org/ddp/home.do
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Spectrum of Diseases by Therapeutic Area FDA
Health on the net
Medicina in Rete 2001
Allergies and infectious diseases, PublicHealthDegree
Center on Proteolytic Pathways
Pathogen - Host Interaction
The Pathogen - Host Interaction database contains expertly curated molecular and biological information on genes proven to affect the outcome of pathogen-host interactions. The database was created and is maintained by researchers at Rothamsted Research and external collaborators.
Genetics Home Reference at NLM
official database of the IUPHAR Committee on Receptor Nomenclature and Drug Classification.
A almost complete list of hormones and neurotransmitters receptors and membrane ion channels created by IUPHAR
It Incorporate the IUPHAR Database of G Protein-Coupled Receptors and the IUPHAR Database of Voltage-Gated and Ligand-Gated Ion Channels.
Food and Drugs Administration
Pharmacorama - Drugs knowledge
Masterkey, metamotore che interroga fonti Open Access, compresa wikipedia
ScienceRoll Search Engine
ReleMed è un motore di ricerca che interroga la base di
dati MEDLINE. Basta inserire una o alcune parole, e
ReleMed ricerca in MEDLINE i risultati migliori per la tua
domanda, mettendo in cima all'elenco i risultati più
La differenza rispetto a PubMed è che pur trovando quasi
gli stessi articoli, ReleMed li mostra in un ordine
differente, con i più rilevanti in testa.
Nuovo motore di ricerca per mat. biomedico - OREFIL
Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results - SEER -
A premier source for cancer statistics in the United States. SEER collects information on incidence, survival, and prevalence from specific geographic areas representing 26 percent of the US population and compiles reports on all of these plus cancer mortality for the entire US. This site is intended for anyone interested in US cancer statistics or cancer surveillance methods.
Scientific Video Collections
NIH video casting
Journal of Visualized Experiments
- List of experimental protocols
- un periodico peer-revieved e ad accesso libero che ha l'interessante caratteristica di pubblicare brevi contributi video per facilitare l'apprendimento delle tecniche di laboratorio (ambito biologico) .
- The time and resource-consuming process of learning and staying current with techniques and procedures is a rate-limiting step in the advancement of scientific research and drug discovery*
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Medicine: Human In-Vivo Bioassay for the Tissue-Specific Measurement of Nociceptive and Inflammatory Mediators
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Psychology: Functional Imaging with Reinforcement, Eyetracking, and Physiological Monitoring
Ferrera et al., Columbia University
Neuroscience: Preparation and Maintenance of Dorsal Root Ganglia Neurons in Compartmented Cultures
Pazyra-Murphy et al., Harvard Medical School
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) is a peer reviewed and PubMed-indexed research video journal. Please consider publishing a video article on experimental techniques or clinical
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Servizi Sanitari Nazionali
Dear Dr. Pescarmona,
I am writing to invite you to submit a manuscript to the recently launched journal
Dataset Papers in Cell Biology, which is part of a series of journals published by
Datasets International (http://www.datasets.com/). Dataset Papers in Cell Biology is
an open access journal that is focused entirely on the publication of Dataset
Papers, which are relatively short articles that describe a piece of experimental or
observational data that an author has collected. Alongside each Dataset Paper, a
copy of the underlying data that is described in the paper will be made freely
available for readers to download.
Authors are welcome to submit Dataset Papers that describe either a piece of data
that has already been discussed in a traditional research article, or a manuscript
describing a new set of data that has not yet been discussed in a research article.
Manuscripts submitted to Dataset Papers in Cell Biology should contain a detailed
explanation of the methodology and materials used in conducting the experiment, as
well as enough metadata about the accompanying dataset to make this data clear and
useful for other researchers. More detailed information can be found in the
journal's author guidelines, which are located at
The journal has a distinguished Editorial Board composed of leading cell biology
researchers from around the world, a list of whom can be found at
http://www.datasets.com/journals/cb/editors/. Dataset Papers in Cell Biology is
published using an open access publication model, meaning that all interested
readers are able to freely access the journal online without the need for a
subscription. The journal does not currently require any page charges, color
charges, or article processing charges, and authors will not be charged any fee for
the hosting of their underlying data.
Manuscripts should be submitted to the journal online at
http://mts.datasets.com/author/submit/cb/. Once a manuscript has been accepted for
publication, it will undergo language copyediting, typesetting, and reference
validation in order to provide the highest publication quality possible.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about the journal.