Good research data management practice enables verification of research outcomes, supports future research and enables sharing and reuse of research data. ITS Research Services can show you how to maintain your data. Continue reading “How to get the most from your research data”
Digital fabrication is a technique whereby a digital 3D object, such a CAD model of a house, is produced as a physical object. There are several methods for digital fabrication such as laser cutting, CNC milling and 3D printing. We focus on 3D printing, particularly in plastics. Continue reading “Have you heard about 3D Fabrication?” →
Research Impact Library Advisory Service (RILAS) focuses on providing various research evaluation measures, including metrics, to University of Melbourne researchers to support their research grant applications. Continue reading “New research impact advisory service” →
Access the following databases via the E-Resources@ the University of Melbourne blog: http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/eresource/ and contribute to the decision making process by leaving your comments on the blog.
ClinicalKey (Australian edition) http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/eresource/2012/09/27/clinicalkey-trial/
Trial is available until 15 November 2012
British Theatre, Music, and Literature : High and Popular Culture (http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/eresource/2012/09/20/19th-century-british-theatre-music-and-literature-trial/)
Trial is available until 16 November 2012
Take a look at the SAI Global database, it is an important source for global technical content such as Standards and Legislation. Continue reading “Need to find out about Standards?” →
Professor Walsh (School of Geological Sciences, University College Dublin) talks about how his School went about compiling quantative statistics for each academic staff member, which was then used to compare it with other Departments as well as other Universities.
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