The latest news from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library.
See how the Laboratory adapted its education and live programming during the pandemic.
Students at Harborfields High School are participating in this year’s newly redesigned Science Journal Club hosted by the CSHL Library.
1983 Nobel laureate Barbara McClintock continues to inspire many today. In 2021, author Rachel Pastan published a novel based on her life and legacy.
The Library now offers access to Nature Computational Science, a new journal that specializes in computational science fundamental & applied research.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library and Archives will host this year’s Open Access Week from October 25-31.
Scite: A Learning tool to better discover and evaluate the veracity of scientific articles by citation analysis Presenter: Josh Nicholson, Co-founder
The Library now offers a new subscription to Reaxys Chemical Database.
A new CSHL digital archive chronicles the Nobel Prize-winning work of Carol Greider.
A new NEH-funded annotated digital archive collects the recollections and findings of HIV/AIDS researchers in a way helpful to today’s researchers.
Understand and assess how research articles have been cited beyond crude citation counts. A three month trial at CSHL starts on March 15, 2021.
Recently published books of interest to the CSHL community.
The CSHL Library & Archives is celebrating Women's History Month. We pull together some materials we hope you will find of interest.
CSHL researchers now have access to SciFinder-n, the most chemistry aware relevance engine available.
A new LibGuide for research data has been added to the LibGuides database.