What does the law and science have in common for the upcoming new year? Both will be affected with new patent laws. Take this free webinar from ACS to learn about the new laws that could affect your work and research. Webinar Details: LiveStream Presentation Date: Thursday, January 12, 2012 Time: 2:00 [...]
Entries from December 2011 ↓
December 20, 2011 — Uncategorized
December 14, 2011 — Uncategorized
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(FOR RELEASE: December 13, 2011) ITHACA, N.Y. – Steve Tuecke, Deputy Director at The University of Chicago’s Computation Institute (CI) will present “Globus Online: Reliable, high-performance file transfer as a service” at a lunchtime seminar hosted by the Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing on Thursday, January 12 in room 655 of Frank Rhodes Hall, [...]
December 12, 2011 — Research tools
Do you use eCat to manage lab samples? This tool is now available in app form for the iPad. Save time by entering all your sample data in one place, no matter where you are. Visit this link for more information on eCat.
After reviewing all the fantastic blog names we received from our latest contest, we have chosen the winner. Congratulations to… Spandana Govindgari! Spandana came up with the name problemsolved – and we loved the simplicity of the words together, how it ties in all three disciplines of engineering, math and physical sciences, and that the [...]
December 8, 2011 — Uncategorized
Please see this post for a friendly reminder about getting your reserves lists in.
December 7, 2011 — Uncategorized
Did you miss the RDMSG presentation on new NSF data plan requirements – or need a refresher? Access the powerpoint presentation slides (and more!) here.
All books are now just $1 at the Math Library book sale, located to the right of the elevators on the main library floor. Take a look while you visit, or stop on by en route to the Coffee Hour Book Talk this afternoon.
December 5, 2011 — Research tools
Just in time for finals and study period: StudyDroid is an Android app that allows you to create flash cards so you can ace those exams later this week. Check out their facebook page for more details, and “like” them to receive version updates. You can download the app Market on droid devices just by searching StudyDroid. Another [...]
December 1, 2011 — Libraries
Uris & the Math Libraries are now accepting reserve requests for Winter & Spring 2012. Please submit your requests for Winter Session reserves as soon as possible, especially if items need to be ordered. Submit Spring semester reserves by December 15, 2011 to allow sufficient time for processing. Reserve requests will be processed in order [...]