Posted by | May 12th 2019 | Comment
AGRICULTURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL & NATURAL SCIENCES
SOCIAL, PEDAGOGY SCIENCES & HUMANITIES
MEDICINE, VETERINARY MEDICINE, PHARMACY AND BIOLOGY SCIENCES
TECHNICAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES
Author: Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (Azerbaijan) | Publication Date: July 1, 2019, Author: University of Burgundy Franche-Comte (France) | Publication Date: July 1, 2019, Author: The International Research Education & Training Centre. (Estonia, Tallinn) | Publication Date: July 1, 2019
Posted by namig isazade | Apr 29th 2019 | Comment
Topics of the Conference:
Section 1. Development of MIMCS
- Innovative technologies in the engineering and social sciences
- Computer networks and telecommunication technologies;
- Methods and...
Posted by namig isazade | Apr 25th 2019 | Comment
The program committee for the FORCE2019 meeting in Edinburgh (October 15 - 17) now invites proposals for talks, posters, panels, and workshops to be submitted. The deadline for submissions is June 2...
Posted by jennifer mclennan | Mar 28th 2019 | Comment
(Posted on behalf of Euan Adie and myself)
Dear Colleagues –
As co-chairs for this year’s FORCE11 meeting, set for Edinburgh from October 15 to 17, we’re so pleased to announce our 2019 Program and...
Posted by jennifer mclennan | Mar 11th 2019 | Comment
Scholarly communications is so complicated - it’s easy to feel out of your depth.
That all-day long feeling that you’re just treading water to keep afloat. And that somewhere out there, something...
Author: Daniel S. Katz, | Publication Date: March 5, 2019, Author: Daina Bouquin | Publication Date: March 5, 2019, Author: Neil Chue Hong | Publication Date: March 5, 2019
Posted by jennifer mclennan | Mar 5th 2019 | Comment
Posted by danielskatz | Feb 11th 2019 | Comment
(February 11, 2019) FORCE11 and the University of Edinburgh are pleased to announce that Edinburgh, Scotland and the historic Murrayfield Rugby Stadium will be host to the FORCE2019 annual meeting,...
Posted by jennifer mclennan | Jan 29th 2019 | Comment
Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs) are short, alphanumeric tags for antibodies, model organisms, cell lines, and tools (such as software and databases) that are typically used in the methods...
Posted by anita bandrowski | Jan 29th 2019 | Comment
If you’ve got experience in fundraising – even a little – and are interested in joining a fun and dedicated group helping FORCE11, get in touch!
We are putting together a committee to focus on...