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Geography new in the Main Library

19. September 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

The former library of the Department of Geography was integrated into the Main Library (HBZ) in September 2018. The books and journals listed in the Rechercheportal are now located at HBZ – Science (Y15) on floor J. The old holdings, which are not yet listed in the Rechercheportal, can be requested at naturwissenschaften@hbz.uzh.ch with the […]

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Design your Data Management Plan for the SNSF

17. July 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

Are you planning to submit a research proposal to the SNSF this fall? Is it the first time you have to write a DMP (Data Management Plan) and you feel intimidated by all these rules? We are here to help! The Main Library, Zentralbibliothek Zürich, S3IT and the Graduate Campus are organizing a one-day workshop […]

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Advance notice: Closure of HBZ – Science in August/September

11. July 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

The Main Library – Science remains closed between 20.08.2018 – 16.09.2018. The reason for the closure is the integration of the Library of the Department of Geography into the Main Library – Science. During this time only a limited service can be offered. Further information will be announced at a later date. Persons with 24/7 […]

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Springer Nature Experiments – new platform for Springer and Nature Protocols & Methods

11. July 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

With the new freely accessible platform Springer Nature Experiments you can search specifically for Springer and Nature Protocols & Methods: Nature Methods Nature Protocols Springer Protocols Protocol Exchange The new platform offers researchers support for the search and evaluation of the Springer Nature protocols and methods portfolio. Lab techniques or specific model organisms are searchable. […]

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Journal Citation Reports 2018 with Impact Factor 2017 in a new look

29. June 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

This week the Impact Factors 2017 were published in the new Journal Citation Reports (JCR). The JCR presents itself with a new entry page. The detailed pages of each journal has been revised. The JCR 2018 includes 11’655 journals across 234 disciplines from 80 countries. This release contains 276 new journals. A tour through the […]

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National Open Access Conference

20. June 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

swissuniversities invites you to the National Open Access Conference on Friday, 26 October 2018 at the University of Lausanne. At this event, swissuniversities will discuss the implementation of the Open Access strategy and the action plan adopted at the beginning of this year. Our speakers include: Michael O. Hengartner, President of swissuniversities and Rector UZH […]

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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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