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Free SpringerProtocols and SpringerMaterials Trainings!

February 24, 2020

Interested in increasing your lab productivity? Join us on Thursday, March 12 for two free workshops to learn more about SpringerProtocols and SpringerMaterials (resources provided to all UW-Madison researchers by the UW-Madison Libraries) *Free refreshments provided*

Workshops located at Steenbock Library, in the BioCommons. 550 Babcock Dr., Madison WI, 53706

Register for both or either sessions:

RSVP here to attend free workshop on using SpringerProtocols & Springer Nature Experiments

  • Thursday, March 12, 12pm-1pm
  • Free lunch provided!
  • Steenbock Library, BioCommons

RSVP here to attend free workshop on SpringerMaterials

  • Thursday, March 12, 1:30pm-2:30pm.
  • Free refreshments provided!
  • Steenbock Library, BioCommons

Additional Information:

SpringerProtocols

Learn how to make your experiments more efficient by learning how to utilize the SpringerProtocols database and Springer Nature Experiments platform.

SpringerProtocols is the largest database of reproducible laboratory protocols (over 65,000) in biomedicine and life sciences.

Springer Nature Experiments helps researchers reduce the time to find, evaluate and implement lab protocols from the highest quality sources. It contains 65,000+ articles from SpringerProtocols, NatureProtocols and Nature Methods.

SpringerMaterials

Are you interested in saving time in the lab? Learn more about Springer Materials−the world’s largest materials science database−and how it will make your experiments more efficient.

SpringerMaterials helps researchers quickly find reliable data about the properties of materials. It contains details of 290,000+ materials and 3,000+ properties. It’s the ideal resource for researchers in materials science, physics, chemistry, engineering, and other related fields.

Questions?

Contact us at AskSEL@library.wisc.edu