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Guide to Biology resources at Woodruff Library.
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Welcome!

This subject guide is structured to introduce some of the key resources related to the Biological & Life Sciences that are available in the AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library. This guide is not a comprehensive listing of resources, but is intended as a starting point from which researchers can begin to compile data relevant to specific topics.
 

News from PLoS Biology

PLoS Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed general biology journal published by the Public Library of Science (PLoS), a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a public resource. New articles are published online weekly; issues are published monthly.

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Online Science Encyclopedia

AccessScience is an online science encyclopedia. It is a great resource to look up biological concepts, definitions and short explanations of scientific terms.

The library subscribes to this resource. If you are using it off-campus, you will have to type in your remote access account.

 

Tips on Scientific Posters

Poster tip: Don’t fight reader gravity, which pulls the eyes from top to bottom(first), and left to right. - from NC state

The sites below provide more tips and information on creating effective scientific posters.

Creating effective poster presentations

Advice on designing scientific posters 

Pimp My Poster - Flickr crtique group

 

      
     

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    How to Read a Scientific Paper

    Got a scientific article to read? Feel overwhelmed? Don't know where to start? Well, the best place may not be at the beginning!

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