No Fear Molecular Biology Class

September 9, 2010 at 3:46 pm | Posted in Continuing Education, NLM Databases, Professional Development | 1 Comment

[Posted on behalf of Lauri Fennell, NN/LM NER]

In an earlier announcement to the NAHSL-list, I mentioned saving the date for an upcoming No Fear Molecular Biology Class that is being sponsored by NN/LM-NER on November 5, 2010. Below you will find the link for registration.

Please note that there is limited space and we ask you to consider carefully if you will be able to attend before registering.

This program is intended for librarians who are interested in learning more about the sciences and NLM resources relevant to Molecular Biology and will include some hands on practice. As the facility does not have a computer lab we ask you to bring a laptop if possible. Wireless access will be available.

We are excited to be offering this class taught by Helen-Ann Epstein and Colette Saccomanno. Detailed information can be found at http://cech.mlanet.org/node/323 on the MLA website.

Registration: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/nofear

Enjoy the day, Lauri

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  1. Looks like an interesting class. Did you hear about the recent molecular biology project that will take place on the space station providing a unique gravity free venue where cellular and molecular mechanisms can be investigated? Here’s an article about it. http://www.americanbiotechnologist.com/blog/molecular-biologists-space/


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