How to Create an Alert?

Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.

Dates in June

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 – 3 pm
Friday, June 29, 2018 – 11 am

The lessons are held in the FHI library. Please make an appointment for one of the dates and inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual appointments are possible.

How to Find the Appropriate Database?

Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.

Dates in May

Friday, May 18, 2018 – 10 am
Monday, May 28, 2018 – 2 pm

The lessons will be held in the FHI library. Please make an appointment for one of the dates and inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual appointments are possible.

How to Find E-Books?

Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.

Dates in April

Friday, April 13, 2018 – 10 am
Monday, April 30, 2018 – 11 pm

The lessons will be held in the FHI library. Please make an appointment for one of the dates and inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual appointments are possible.

How to Get the PDF?

Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.

Dates in March

Friday, March 16, 2018 – 11 am
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 – 2 pm

The lessons will be held in the FHI library. Please make an appointment for one of the dates and inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual appointments are possible.

Nature Nano Workshop

Nature Nano Workshop
How Nature Indexing Helps You Find Nanotechnology Literature and Data Efficiently

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 – 11 am Tuesday, 20 March 2018 – 11 am
Building A, Library

nano.nature.com known as Nano was launched on 15 June 2016 as a non-journal type product under the Nature Research portfolio. It aims to provide highly indexed and structured information related to nanotechnology, including materials, properties, applications and preparation methods, derived from peer-reviewed journals at the article level and in manually curated nanomaterial summaries that compile data from multiple sources.
This talk will illustrate how Nano can aid nanotechnology research communities to obtain fast and precise insights into the wealth of nanotechnology based scholarly knowledge via use case scenarios and provide the latest developments.

Instructor
Simone Bartel (Database Research Group, Springer Nature)

If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.