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Coffee Lectures successfully launched!

8. June 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

In the past 3 weeks, the main library’s first round of Coffee Lectures has been held and met big interest: we welcomed a total of 219 participants at the 9 events. On average 20 researchers and 4-5 professional colleagues attended our lectures. We will be pleased to offer an attractive programme again in the fall […]

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Where to store your research data?

7. June 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

Funding bodies increasingly require or request that the grantees create plans for managing their data and share some of their results as open data with the public (e.g., SNSF). But, where to store your research data, so it has the highest visibility and the greatest impact and fulfilling the funder’s requirements?

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Sharing your papers legally

6. June 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

How and where can you share your (published) papers and works with other scientists? How can you reach the maximal audience and impact? This blog post will introduce you to a platform that shows your author rights and in what form you are allowed to share your journal articles.

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How to store your research data?

5. June 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

A good file organization is a prerequisite to work efficiently with your valuable research data. Moreover, it helps to avoid errors and unnecessary duplications. As always: early planning matters and saves time, which can be used for the actual research. You should consider several aspects Create a hierarchical and logical folder structure or use predefined […]

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Why you need an ORCID

31. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

The precise identification of a person and the assignment of his/her works are becoming increasingly important in the context of open science. There is a key problem: The Internet, repositories and databases try to link activities and results of a person based on the spelling of their name. But as individual as people are, their […]

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ResearchGate, Google Scholar & Co.

30. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

How do you stay connected with researchers working in your field? Where can you list your works, discuss projects, and compare your output with others? This blog introduces you to social media platforms for scientists. In the ancient times of science, up to about five to ten years ago, scientists would present and discuss their […]

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What is your h-index?

29. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

The h-index, proposed by Hirsch in 2005, is a measure to calculate the output of a researcher. With an h-index of 10, 10 publications of an author are cited at least 10 times. This value can be calculated in the database Web of Science Core Collection. Additional search tools that calculate the h-index are Scopus or […]

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Keep posted with SciFinder

24. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

Each substance receives a unique identifier (CAS-number) by the Chemical Abstracts Service and new literature is screened for chemical information (structure, properties, reactions) to be linked to the respective compound entries in the database. How to find and keep posted about the latest news on your favorite substance is described in detail in the attached […]

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All your favorite journals in your pocket

23. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

You are on the way or you are not connected to the UZH network and need access to a paper? With the BrowZine app, access to all licensed and freely accessible articles outside the IP range of the UZH is possible. The app also offers the possibility to collect your favorite journals in a bookshelf. […]

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Up-to-date with PubMed

22. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

In the hectic pace of everyday research, it is sometimes difficult to stay up-to-date with research literature. PubMed offers a simple solution for everyone who knows this problem: With a free NCBI account you can save as many search queries as you like and set up corresponding notifications. This only requires a one-time registration and […]

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