A new banner exhibit from the National Library of Medicine, DNA to Beer; Harnessing Nature in Medicine and Technology explores some of the processes, problems, and potentials inherent in technologies that use life. The exhibit promotes an understanding of the dynamic relationship between microbes, technology, and science and medicine.
On viiew in the Medical Library through September 2. Watch for additional events held in conjunction with this exhibit.
This exhibition was produced by the National Library of Medicine, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
Recent articles in PubMed written by SIU School of Medicine authors.
Recent articles in Web of Science that were written by SIU School of Medicine authors.
Featured articles in he June issue of NIH News in Health include "Can You Lengthen Your Life? and "Seeking Allergy Relief:When Breathing Becomes Bothersome "
Use LiverTox, a database from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Division of Specialized Information Services (SIS), to search or browse by common medication and supplement names, and learn how the medication or supplement affects liver health. For each drug or supplement, view a record that lists:
May 18, 2016
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In part 2 of our podcast on Operation Smile, listen to Dr. Kevin Calder and medical photographer Maria Ansley describe their Operation Smile missions in more detail and learn how others can get involved.
No classes are scheduled during June, July, and August. Monthly classes will resume in September.
See class descriptions and handouts at http://www.siumed.edu/lib/libclasses.html
For assistance or to request a training session during the summer, contact reference staff at email@example.com or 217-545-2113