Seminar/Event Detail

RCMI-BRIDGES Forum: Scientific Research Resource Discovery & Inventory

Date/Time: 04 April 2013, 2pm - 3pm
Speaker: Marc Le Pape, PhD
Speaker Affiliation: RMATRIX Biomedical Informatics Key Function
Venue: JABSOM MEB Rm. 304
For more info: Susan Ordinado, 808.692.1805,

Description: A serious obstacle to biomedical research is quick, unrestricted access to cutting edge scientific resources. Unfortunately, critical research resources are often invisible beyond the laboratories or universities they originate from.

eagle-i Search & eagle-i Sweet are OpenSource, Open Access, Open Network, web-based research resources discovery & management software applications, supporting biomedical scientists in:

  • Discovering unique and valuable resources across institutions
  • Tracking their laboratory’s resources at their home institution

In this RCMI Forum presentation we will demonstrate how to search for & inventory a whole range of research resources & services, including: Reagents, RNAi libraries, Organisms & Viruses, Biological Specimens, Human Studies, Protocols, Services, Instruments, Software, Research Opportunities, & Core Laboratories.

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