Join the UCSF Library in celebrating 2019 International Open Access Week! Open Access (OA) is the free, immediate, worldwide access to research publications and other outputs, and the
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Join UCSF Archives and Special Collections for this interdisciplinary symposium exploring and reflecting on topics related to archives and the practice of documenting the stories of HIV/AIDS. Through
If you have kept up with us in the past year, you may have seen silicone suturing pads, partial-task trainers, and the plethora of other innovative applications for
In early 2018, the Makers Lab partnered with the UCSF Department of Anatomy to develop the Anatomy 170.10 elective. The goal of the elective is to introduce UCSF
The UCSF Library is excited to announce that we have partnered with the Graduate Division and Open Science group to host a reproducibility workshop series this fall. Why
We are excited to announce that we have added a new piece of equipment to the Makers Lab! Carvey is a 3D carving machine, also known as a
This week’s maker is Kanbar Simulation Center Technician, Wes Cayabyab. We caught up with Wes to see what he has been making for health science simulation. Q: What
The University of California has been out of contract with Elsevier since January, but until now the publisher continued to allow access to 2019 articles via ScienceDirect. As
More than 1,000 internal documents from the fossil fuel industry illustrating strategies to cast doubt on climate science and delay policy action are now available for public research
Why a new Help Center? Here at the UCSF Library, our goal is to make help simple and human-centered. That’s why we’re excited to introduce the new and
The CLE was upgraded to Moodle 3.6 on June 27, 2019, and we want to share some details on what to expect. The overall theme has been refreshed
This week’s maker is UCSF MD-PhD student, Karsyn Bailey. We caught up with Karsyn in between her research to see what she has been making in the Makers
By Liz Silva, Graduate Division, and Anneliese Taylor, LibraryPhoto by Will van Wingerden on Unsplash For years, UCSF has been at the forefront of the open science and
By Kristin Dolan, Research Development Office, and Anneliese Taylor, Library Would you like to know how your research program productivity stacks up against other investigators’ outside of UCSF?
This week’s maker is Clinical Professor of Laboratory Medicine in the UCSF School of Medicine, Rick “Channing” Rodgers. We caught up with Rick during one of his 3D printing reservations to take a closer look at some of the mathematical art prints he’s been making.
Q: What did you make?
I made three initial experimental prints: Borromean hairpins, a trefoil knot designed by a friend and colleague, and a three-way Trammel of Archimedes.
Photo by Gabriel Sollmann on Unsplash The University of California announced that it is entering into an agreement with Cambridge University Press that will combine online access to
NOTE: Deadline has been extended to June 17, 2019. Memory Lives On: Documenting the HIV/AIDS Epidemic is an interdisciplinary symposium exploring and reflecting on topics related to archives
3D printing offers solutions to any number of challenges faced across many disciplines and industries. While many people initially come to the Makers Lab to learn the basics