The Biomedical Library’s institutional subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) includes NEJM Resident 360, designed specifically for medical residents. NEJM Resident 360 gives you the key information you’ll need […]
4/18/19: Dr. Kim Acquaviva discusses her 2017 Palliative Care ANA Book of the Year, LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing.
Registration is requested but not required for this event. If you wish to register, please click here. Join us on April 18th at 3 PM in the Biomedical Library to hear from […]
This week’s featured print is a cap for a shaker machine in a research laboratory. Shakers are instruments that blend or agitate substances to form a homogenous mixture from more than one […]
Last fall, I nominated one of my office buddies, Liz Jenkins, an intern at the Biomedical and Veterinary Medicine Libraries and a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) student at Drexel University, […]
This week’s featured print is a graduate student’s final physical model for ARCH70, “Design Studio V,” at Penn Design. It features the concept of the elevator shaft of the residential tower being […]
Joyce Angelucci is a Penn alum both academically and professionally: she holds an undergraduate degree from Wharton in Business Administration and was once the Syllabus Coordinator for Academic Programs in the Perelman […]
This week’s featured 3D prints are various dental models. These models are created from scans that dentists can take right in their office. They use a technology called “cone beam computed tomography” […]