What’s bigger than the Super Bowl?

The Solar Eclipse!*

*According to an article from CNBC  or it just may have been the most watched eclipse ever.

Thanks to all who participated in the Solar Eclipse on Campus. It was quite a magnificent experience and we were happy to share it with you. For further interest check out the NYMC Flickr page, these . . . → Read More: What’s bigger than the Super Bowl?

Henry Stewart Talks: New Additions!

Below are details of the latest talks released to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, which contains over 2,100 specially prepared, seminar-style, animated lectures by world leading experts.

This month’s additions to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection include new talks and updated talks to existing series. Lectures include Carcinogenesis and Aging by . . . → Read More: Henry Stewart Talks: New Additions!

Help! My news is fake!

Help!  My news is fake!

Did your mother call you to tell you that vaccines are linked to autism?  Did your Facebook feed pop up with an article on a new pesticide that’s going to kill us all?  Did one of your friends breathlessly tell you that HIV does not cause AIDS?  You might . . . → Read More: Help! My news is fake!

Ebola Updates from our E-Resources

 

These recently published articles discuss the Ebola virus from a variety of perspectives:

“Ebola and Marburg Viruses” (chapter from Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine)

“Evaluating Novel Therapies During the Ebola Epidemic” (Journal of the American Medical Association)

“Ebola and Quarantine” (New England Journal of Medicine)

“Imagining Ebola’s Next Move” (Science)

“Ebola and Other . . . → Read More: Ebola Updates from our E-Resources

Cases Database

In December 2012, BioMed Central launched the Cases Database, a semantically-enriched open access database of medical case reports.

 

Cases Database is a freely accessible tool, which aggregates case reports from open access or Creative Commons licensed articles from multiple publishers including Springer, BMJ, and PubMed Central.  Currently, there are more than 11,000 . . . → Read More: Cases Database