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UofI Biology Librarian
I am Kelli Trei, Biosciences Librarian at University of at Urbana-Champaign, liaison to life sciences and specifically to MCB, IB, and IGB!
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BHL 21h
We are excited to sign an MOU and establish a reciprocal partnership with !
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Integrative Bio IL Apr 25
Want research experience, training in field techniques, and course credit? Then this opportunity is for you! Contact Dr. Dalling for more information about how to spend your semester doing research in beautiful Trelease Woods (dalling@illinois.edu)
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Genomic Biology Apr 25
Travertine - a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs - will be playing a big part in a new outreach project coming out of IGB called ROCHSS. Interested? Stop by our lunchtime talk today at noon in 612 IGB to find out more ....
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 24
Replying to @susanbraxton
Oh it's a great one! I wish I had a third b... ;)
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 24
Replying to @_christycheung
It is definitly limited by only pulling from OA right now, but some cool functionalities. If you (or anyone else) wants to PM me, I can also send you some more specifics. I know they have a tutorial here:
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 24
Replying to @_christycheung
I had a tutorial and I have tried it out. It looks pretty powerful for open access materials. The cull most of their information from . It is free for academic researchers & available at a fee for those in corporations.
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 24
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Funk ACES Library Apr 23
This week's prize goes to the one with the cleverest title. Not just clever, "The Rise of Yeast" is also a "compelling blend of science, history, and sociology" that "explores the rich, strange, and utterly symbiotic relationship between people and yeast."
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Funk ACES Library Apr 20
It's mushroom hunting season! Check out this article on hunting morel mushrooms from :
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BHL Apr 16
We’re excited to participate in and join in the sharing of conservation success stories. More details at: .
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Illini Union Apr 18
Are you curious and want to learn more about Korean culture? Stop by the@Courtyard_Cafe on Thursday, April 19 for Korean Fashion Culture Night. From 6 - 8 pm, come explore Korean fashion and culture!
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BHL Apr 17
It's ! This comes from Mikroskopische Pflanzenbilder (Microscopic Plant Pictures) (1856) by W. Breidenstein. Contributed to by the : --
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 18
Replying to @illinoisbiolib
pretend we spelled correctly, whew!
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Integrative Bio IL Apr 17
Will you be in a Master's program this coming year? If so, this grant is for you!
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 17
Free alert! is freely available for to help them find based on data!
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 16
Research Specialist in Life Sciences at ! Info here:
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Beckman Institute Apr 13
Next Tues. (4/17), the Beckman Tech Talk features three Beckman researchers on "Human Brain Stiffness: From Cognitive Neuroscience to the Clinic," at noon in Beckman room 5602
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Heidi Apr 14
Yes! Contributions! Huge thanks to & Laila. Our RDS wouldnt be anywhere near as strong w/o the libs who share their expertise! (see also & other non-tweeters ;) )
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History at Illinois Apr 11
It’s a beautiful day in Chambana! ☀️History lives in Gregory Hall 📚📜
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Funk ACES Library Mar 31
Come check out our new display for next week's Climate Change panel! And don't forget to come to the panel discussion on Tuesday, April 3 from 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM on the 2nd floor of Funk Library. Free admission and refreshments!
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