Starting November 22, 2022, there will again be three weeks of Coffee Lectures with a mix of different topics. The 27th series will again take place live on site but will also be broadcasted via Zoom.
Join us next week, on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, from 16:00–17:00, for a webinar exclusively for ETH Zurich by IQVIA experts. They will show you step-by-step how to use IQVIA's powerful NLP APIs in your own workflows. No NLP experience required!
During the advent season you will find, once again, a Christmas tree in the lounge area.
About 30 additional lockers are available for rent.
Reservations are only available for members of the departments D-CHAB, D-BIOL, and D-MATL and cover the period from January 3 to February 17, 2023.
You can now order more easily and get a better overview of your loans.
With 11.4 million data records on 79,000 pure substances and 196,000 mixtures, DETHERM is an excellent source of phase equilibria, thermodynamic and transport properties, electrolyte data, and much more.
New initiatives and data repositories in the field of proteomics – get an insight into what’s new at EMBL–EBI, the European Bioinformatics Institute.
Of interest to chemists, life scientists, medics, healthcare researchers, pharmacologists and data scientists looking to quickly surface insights from unstructured text using the power of healthcare natural language processing (NLP), to visualize the output or plug it into downstream tools to prompt action, inform dashboards, or feed AI/ML models.
With its new interface, Mendeley is no longer a suitable option for reference manage-ment. We’ll show you why and how you can export your data from Mendeley, e.g., to Zotero.
Introduction to the use of literature for new students of Interdisciplinary Sciences and Biochemistry – Chemical Biology
General overview of the databases and information solutions available at the ETH Zurich and the services of the Information Center