Science

Welcome to the second installment of the UCSF Library column on scientific publishing (that means data too!). Last month, Anneliese Taylor provided a great introduction to open-access publishing.

So, you’re back from Thanksgiving, and it’s only a few weeks until the winter holidays.

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Space Exploration: On Nov. 12, the European Space Agency landed a spacecraft on a comet.

Chronic pain afflicts more than 100 million people in the United States, which makes pain alleviation one of the greatest unmet medical challenges. SiteOne Therapeutics, located in the UCSF QB3 incubator, thinks it has a solution.

Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Microbiology, Structural Biology, Cell Biology and Developmental Biology.
Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Neuroscience, Radiology, Immunology and Cell Biology.

The landscape of scientific publishing is rapidly changing.

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Sometimes, you just have one of those weeks.

Hello world.

Dan Keller, founder of Nurse Tech

The Bay Area is teeming with startups, many of which have a UCSF connection. Each month, the Synapse will sit down with one such startup to hear about what they're working on and how they got there.