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Archive for October 22nd, 2009

New in Metalib – ONIX

Lisa K Flint22 October 2009


The NCRI Oncology Information Exchange (ONIX) was created to provide the cancer research community with a mechanism to easily discover and share information on the latest developments in the field. Its a free resource, and you will need to register to get full access to all the features which includes a cancer-related interactive resource catalogue that makes it easy to find what information exists, what data analysis tools have been developed and who is working on what and where.

To see how UCL Medical School is using ONIX, go to http://www.cancerinformatics.org.uk/news.html to find out more.

Need any help using library resources?

Lisa K Flint22 October 2009

Do you know your SFX from your Metalib? Your Medline from your PubMed? Or your e-books from your e-prints? Do you have trouble keeping up to date with the literature or just don’t know where to start?

Do you know how to filter your PubMed results to get articles available from UCL?

Do you know how to cross search Medline and Embase?

We can offer training on any of the resources above at a time or place convenient to you. Please do get in touch and let me know what you’re interested in!