The Coffee Lectures of the Information Center Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy will take place again in 2024. Our 31st series of Coffee Lectures starts on February 27, 2024, and has one new topic.
Do you want to save a lot of time during your research or Master's project? The Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy Information Center offers a wide range of valuable crash courses on scientific information retrieval and visualization: Text-based literature search with Scopus, visualization with PyMOL or ChemDraw, ChatGPT for many applications, networking with LinkedIn, information management with Obsidian or, the effective use of PubMed. There is something for you too!
Locker rentals in the exterior of the library will begin on Monday, February 19, 2024, at 8 a.m. for the duration of the semester.
To celebrate the International Day of Women & Girls in Science on February 11, the Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy Information Center wants to bring attention to successful women scientists with a book exhibition, “Get Inspired by Women Scientists”. The day recognizes the role that women and girls play in science and technology.
For the second time, Dr. Gina Cannarozzi is offering the course Scientific Writing for Life Sciences and Chemistry (1 ECTS), tailored for doctoral and Master’s students in life sciences, chemistry, and pharmaceutical sciences.
There is more than just Reaxys and SciFindern: ChemSpider is a freely available database with over 129 million structures, provided by the British Royal Society of Chemistry.
Do you want to spread the word about your paper not only through the journal in which you have published? Kudos helps researchers explain, enrich and share their publications for greater research impact.
Get to know the latest version, EndNote 21.
Why bother with installing an application to teach structural analysis or process your NMR spectra? With this online platform, all of this can be done easily with just a simple drag and drop.
AlphaFold, an AI system for predicting protein structure, has had unprecedented success. We present an overview of the software and the database of structures it has predicted, both of which are open access.
Within the framework of the Compicampus IT short courses, the Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy Information Center is offering a phenomenological introduction to large language models.