Welcome back to my Sunday Post. First of all, I have to tell that this picture was taken by Nawfel Koundi, one of my best friends. Thanks, Naw, for sending me these green and blue colours. I love them!
This is going to be the last Sunday Post in the next weeks. The reason: I’m having two weeks of vacation starting next saturday.
- SciVerse: ScienceDirect and Scopus have a new home page: SciVerse. Users can use the new Hub of SciVerse to search in ScienceDirect, Scopus and the web content of Scirus at the same time.
- Resúmenes estructurados en PubMed (structured abstracts in PubMed): A structured abstract is an abstract with distinct, labeled sections (e.g., Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion) for rapid comprehension. You will see the structured abstract in the “abstract” option from “Display” in PubMed.
- Purple Search: The Library of the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) has a new tool that makes possible to search the most important databases of academic literature simultaneously. It is an interface that simplifies and eases so-called federative searching because you no longer need to select the databases to be searched in advance. Only for students and staff of the University of Groningen.
- Acceso al contenido de SAGE: SAGE offers free online access must-have content from 1999-current until October 15, 2010. You only need a registration and start to enjoy the free full text access until october 15.
- Sedisa S. XXI: This is a journal published by the “Sociedad Española de Directivos en Salud”. This is the first number with free access for everybody. A really interesting journal in spanish.
- PubMed Toolbar: I show where to get the PubMed toolbar and how to install and run to start using it in your web browser.
- Alzheimer: sintiendo el vacío: Next week will be the date for the short conference about Alzheimer in Torrevieja (Alicante – Spain).
- PubMed y los 20 millones de citas: PubMed recently attained a major milestone when the 20 millionth citation was added to the database.
- ¿Y él sufre?: “Amanece que no es poco” is one of my favourite films. I guess you need to speak spanish to understand this kind of humor. I think is brilliant. This video is from a scene of the movie: “Is he suffering?” one man ask to the doctor “Yes, for sure, don’t you see he is dying?”
The post with the most viewers was “PubMed toolbar” and “SEDISA siglo XXI”.