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New lectures by Nobel Laureates in HS Talks databaseAdd to favorites

Dear Users,


We would like to drive your attention to the latest news in HS Talks video database, the Nobel Laureates Collection.


Nobel Laureates Collection contains various lectures from Nobel laureates about their research area. Through these lectures, users can directly get acquainted with the outstanding results from each fields explained by their primer researchers.


The collection contains the following videos:


Prof. Bruce Beutler, Innate immune sensing and response
Prof. Sir Martin Evans, Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells
Prof. Edmond Fischer, Phosphorylase and the origin of reversible protein phosphorylation
Prof. Joachim Frank, Structural insights into aminoacyl-tRNA delivery by EF-Tu and translocation by EF-G
Prof. Jeffrey C. Hall, Cracking the case of circadian rhythms by Drosophila genetics
Prof. Jules Hoffmann, The anti-microbial defense of Drosophila: a paradigm for innate immunity
Prof. Roger Kornberg, Chromatin and Transcription
Prof. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Structural insights into decoding of mRNA by the ribosome
Prof. Ralph Steinman, Dendritic cells: linking innate to different forms of adaptive immunity
Prof. Thomas Steitz, The structural basis for how the large ribosomal subunit catalyses peptide bond formation

Eduroam Wi-fi networkAdd to favorites

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Dear Library Users,

We would like to inform you, that the SEUNI Wi-fi network will soon turned off in the library, and instead, the users should connect to the EDUROAM network. This network will need a SEKA identifier to be able to log in.

More information about Eduroam can be read on https://seka.semmelweis.hu/en//info/eduroam and https://eduroam.semmelweis.hu/en links. The second link contains the setup guides for smart devices, Windows and MAC operating systems. Downloading the programs will require an internet connection, so we advise you to do so, before visiting the library.

More information about acquiring a SEKA identifier can be read on this page: https://seka.semmelweis.hu/en/info/faq

For students, the SEKA identifier is same as their neptun code, however it needs a separate activation, more information can be read about that in the above mentioned link.

HS Talks - latest video updateAdd to favorites

Dear Users,


We would like to inform you about the newest update in HSTalks Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection video database.


The latest release contains the following lectures:


Rejuvenation biotechnology: postponing III - health via comprehensive damage repair, Dr. Aubrey de Grey
Epigenetics in age-related macular degeneration, Prof. Andrew Lotery
Frequentist approaches: sample size in adaptive clinical designs, Prof. Tatsuki Koyama
RNA interference functions and mechanisms in animals, Prof. Richard Carthew
Atypical disfluency: understanding and treating word-final (end-word) repetition, Prof. Vivian Sisskin


NMR workflow from data processing to metabolite identification, Dr. Gwénaëlle Le Gall
Univariate statistics and metabolomics, Dr. Ron Wehrens
Multivariate statistics and metabolomics, Dr. Ron Wehrens
FAIR data in metabolomics, Prof. Dr. Christoph Steinbeck
MassBank and RMassBank, Dr. Emma L. Schymanski
Avoiding missed diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury, Prof. John Bedolla
The Salford lung study in COPD, Dr. Dave Leather
Subversion of complement by bacteria, Prof. Seppo Meri
Alzheimer's disease: where are we up to? Prof. John Hardy
Clinical research and care in the era of 'N-of-1' precision cancer medicine, Prof. Maurie Markman
Adaptive clinical trial design: randomization, Prof. Hao Liu
Bridging our mandates: evidence-based practice (EBP) and patient-centered care (PCC) 1
Bridging our mandates: evidence-based practice (EBP) and patient-centered care (PCC) 2 Prof. Nan Bernstein Ratner

EOK Library - non-stop opening PILOTAdd to favorites

Dear Students,

We would like to inform you that the EOK library will be open non-stop from 30th October, 2017 till end of the year.

The library opening will be organised according to the experience gathered during the exam period.

You are welcome in the library!


TRIP Database became availableAdd to favorites

Dear Library Users!


We would like to inform you that TRIP Database became available at our University.

Trip (Turning Research Into Practice) is a clinical search engine designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care. Primary indexing sources of evidence based medicine, as case studies, evidence-based synopsis, guidelines, key-primary research, clinical Q&A, evidence based reviews, clinical questions and answers.


It is a non-full text database. Only those content can be accessed with full text through it that is Open Access or to which the institution is subscribed.


English language user guides (videos) can be found through the link below:


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