Join the UCSF virtual three-week hackathon aimed at designing new innovative and technical solutions to the health, medical, and scientific challenges we face due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Project ideas
News in Category: Data Science Initiative
We are here to help! The Library’s Data Science Initiative (DSI) team is working hard to provide more online training opportunities and individual consultations to best support your research and
Have a research protocol you’d like to share with other researchers? You might have seen the announcement that the University of California system has a three-year premium subscription for protocols.io,
The UCSF Library is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Dryad, an open-source, research data curation and publication platform. Dryad, which recently merged with the UC platform Dash, is
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 should I
In celebration of OpenCon, the international open science conference being held this week in Toronto, the UCSF Library is reflecting on all things open science. What is open science exactly?
October is National Medical Library Month and this year the UCSF Library is celebrating with a series called Library Conversations. Communications Manager, Kemi Amin, sat down with four Library staff
What can Git, Github, and automated testing tools offer Researchers, Librarians, and University Staff?
There’s been a common refrain lately at University tech conferences: “a lot of researchers didn’t realize they were going to have to become programmers.” If you work at a university or
In May 2017 the Library launched a survey campaign to learn how people use the physical spaces in the Parnassus Library. We distributed the paper survey throughout the Library for two
DATE AND TIMESat, May 20, 2017, 9:00 AM – Sun, May 21, 2017, 5:00 PM PDT LOCATIONUCSF Mission Hall Room 1406/1407550 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94158 Course OverviewThis event,