Essential Pruning Techniques: Trees, Shrubs, and Conifers
SB125 .B762 2017
The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem
QK604.2.C64 F86 2017
Plant Specialized Metabolism: Genomics, Biochemistry, and Biological Functions
QK881 .P553 2017
The Silences of Science: Gaps and Pauses in the Communication of Science
Q223 .S544 2017
Anti-Müllerian Hormone: Biology, Role in Ovarian Function and Clinical Significance
QP572.S4 A58 2016
Colorectal Surgery: Clinical Care and Management
RD543.C57 C65 2016
Porth Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States
RB113 .P675 2017
Reading and Writing Cancer: How Words Heal
RC489.W75 G83 2016
RC435 .R39 2018
An Introduction to Pain and its relation to Nervous System Disorders
RB127 .I593 2016
Practical Hemostasis and Thrombosis
RC647.C55 P734 2017
RM171 .M425 2017
Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea
QH91 .B49 2016
SD555 .K47 2016
Sound and Scent in the Garden
SB466.U65 S48 2017
The Year-Round Solar Greenhouse: How to Design and Build a Net-Zero Energy Greenhouse
SB415 .S246 2016
Alice, Age 6, Future Botanist
The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is proud to host a new exhibit of drawings by Geisel Medical Student, Erin D’Agostino. This exhibit will be on display until August 31, 2017.
Erin D’Agostino is currently a third year medical student at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Erin’s art training started formally in high school, with primary emphasis on Life Drawing. She majored in Visual Arts and Neuroscience at Bowdoin College and completed an honor’s project that focused on the overlap between the two fields. She then taught high school students with learning disabilities prior to applying to medical school.
The “feMINIsts” gallery is intended to celebrate the right of little girls everywhere to pursue the future career of their choice, whether that future career is as a Botanist or as a Rock Climber or as a Princess Activist.
The proceeds from any work sold in the gallery will be donated to the project “Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls,” which is a series of stories that reinvents fairy tales to inspire little girls to dream big.
Erin draws portraits by commission and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Biomedical Libraries has arranged for a trial of the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). This trial will last until June 7, 2017.
We would very much appreciate having your feedback on this resource. Is it useful as an educational tool? Would it be helpful to your research? Please email Ashley Duguay (at Ashley.M.Duguay@Dartmouth.edu) with your thoughts, observations, and questions.
JoVE publishes high quality, highly engaging scientific video demonstrations – designed for scientists and researchers – offers a Science Education video database – designed for faculty and students. Through these video demonstrations, users at subscribed institutions obtain:
- Increased productivity and reproducibility
- Quicker comprehension of scientific concepts and experimental methods
- Expanded research dissemination
- Savings for laboratory budgets and schedules
- Increased speed of learning in laboratory and classroom environments
- Consistent growth in student success, learning outcomes, and STEM retention
With a constantly growing JoVE library of video resources from leading research laboratories around the world, scientists, educators, and students in different fields of study can find invaluable access to experimental methods and ideas that will propel their own discoveries in the years ahead.
The Book of Orchids: A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred Species from around the World
QK495.O64 C359 2017
Insect Ecology, Fourth Edition: An Ecosystem Approach
QL496.4 .S56 2016
Managing Boreal Forests in the Context of Climate Change: Impacts, Adaptation and Climate Change Mitigation
QH541.5.T3 K45 2017
Bioethics: Principles, Issues, and Cases
R724 .V38 2017
Fundamentals of Toxicology: Essential Concepts and Applications
RA1211 .G86 2016
Neuroimaging Genetics: Principles and Practices
QP376.6 .N48 2016
The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is pleased to host a new collection of artwork made by children in the Art for Kids program. Art for Kids is a monthly art program at the AVA gallery in Lebanon, NH, for children with chronic medical conditions and their siblings. The children work with medical student volunteers from the Geisel School of Medicine. These dynamic and creative kids work one-on-one with medical students to create fun and magical pieces of artwork. Stephanie Castillo, Emily Johnson, and Travis McCain, all students at the Geisel School of Medicine, have been working with artist Chris Orcutt Henderson to lead the program for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The exhibit will run from April 20, 2017, until the end of June and will display selected pieces of artwork made by the children over the past year. The collection is eclectic including everything from paintings to mixed media.
Please join us in the Library for the 2017 Art for Kids program exhibit reception on Saturday, April 29, 2017, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm.
Dave Izzo kicks off our Spring Art Exhibit in the Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library with a beautiful collection of nature photographs featuring many locations in the Upper Connecticut River Valley. These images are part of our digital exhibit and can be viewed on the large display screen located near the entrance of the Library. Dave has been shooting film and digital images for many years and is a long time employee of the Biomedical Libraries. We are excited to feature this collection of his work until the end of July, 2017.
About the Artist: Photography by Dave Izzo
I am the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries’ Manager of Computing and Media Services. I have been with the Biomedical Libraries since 1986, when media meant audio cassettes and 35mm slides. I studied photography in California, and I taught Digital Photography classes at Lebanon College for several years. I have a lifelong love of making images. I am drawn to beautiful landscapes and intrigued by details. When I see something that makes me go “hmmm” I can’t resist capturing it with my ever present camera.
The Open Dartmouth Working Group is sponsoring an upcoming webinar that discusses how librarians in the arts, sciences, and technology can help “form the bridge for interdisciplinary collaboration” on their campuses. To learn more about this webinar, visit http://dartgo.org/expub .
What: Free Webinar Viewing – Experimental Publishing at the Intersection of Science, Art, & Technology
When: Thursday, April 20, 2017 @ 2:00PM – 3:00PM
Where: Treasure Room, Baker Library
For more information, contact:
Jen Green, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Jennifer.W.Green@Dartmouth.edu, 646-2132