2010 Calendars from CAS & Patex

I came across these excellent 2010 calendars mentioned by Kevin Lindstrom on the SciEng@UBC Blog.

1. Every year the Chemical Abstracts Service of the American Chemical Society publishes a wonderful calendar – the Colors of Chemistry. Starting in 2010 this calendar is now available either as a free download or as an online interactive calendar.

Go to 2010 Colors of Chemistry Calendar and choose your option.

2. Ron Simmer Patent and IP Expert has issued this Patex Bizarre Patents Calendar. Ron’s site of patent and intellectual property links available at the Patex website.

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Best Science Visualization Videos of 2009

From Wired magazine

Videos on: Climate Science, Physics, Anatomy & Physiology

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OpenCourseWares & Applications for mobile phones

CourseSmart, a new mobile application, offers over 7000 e-textbooks; each is fully searchable and available via mobile or online.

OpenCourseWare Finder helps students find free online courses, known as OpenCourseWares, or OCWs.

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The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery

The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery
Edited by Tony Hey, Stewart Tansley, and Kristin Tolle

This book is currently available as separate PDF files for online reading or downloading. Select chapters or individual essays below or get the full-text version of the book.

PDF Download (Complete book)

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Digital Curation Centre (JISC funded)

The Digital Curation Centre supports UK institutions who store, manage and preserve these data to help ensure their enhancement and their continuing long-term use.

More information from Research Information.

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Reducing the Burden of Injury: Advancing Prevention and Treatment (1999)

From the National Academies Press : Reducing the Burden of Injury: Advancing Prevention and Treatment (1999)

Read it free

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Springer e-books for Time Series Analysis (MATH6633)

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