Since it was released by the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) in 1995, the chemistry and biochemistry information resource commonly known as ‘SciFinder’ has been the single most versatile and sophisticated tool available for finding, discovering and exploring information on chemical substances (more on the history of CAS and SciFinder here).
A re-designed and improved version of the biomedical research resource, PubMed, has just been released by the National Library of Medicine. The “new PubMed” can be accessed at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?otool=ildullib. All the Library’s PubMed access points—including A-Z Databases and Library Research Guides—have been updated with this new link, which is customized
In collaboration with the First-Year Writing Program, the DePaul University Library is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2018 Library Research Prize: Lexi Jackson, Shane Waggoner and Lauren Yaccino. Their essays respectively covered the areas of gender and sexual identity, college student mental health, and net neutrality. All three
The DePaul University Library has a long-standing collaboration with the First Year Program to provide information literacy instruction to students across a wide range of writing-based courses. The best writing resulting from those courses is honored and celebrated each year at DePaul’s First Year Writing Showcase. In this year’s Writing
On Saturday 22 April, Earth Day and the March for Science call for a double celebration of science and its role in promoting sustainability and well-being for humans and our environment. Numerous national and international environmental and scientific organizations have combined forces through public rallies and science education initiatives