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The exam results that matter the most in applying to med

I’ll be honest, I was a bit nervous for this semester’s results. Not only because they were weighted more than the rest, but because I had taken up some extra-corricular activities throughout the semester. 240 more words


APA PsycBOOKS brings psychology e-books to Penn!

PsycBOOKS, the American Psychological Association’s e-book database, is now available to readers at Penn. PsycBOOKS is the APA’s distribution platform for its current e-book publishing program, and the database also offers classic psychology books dating back to 1620 in an interface that offers indexing and fulltext searching with PDF output. 192 more words

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Gel That Rapidly Stops Bleeding to Enter Veterinary Market

Veterinarians are soon going to have access to a product, VetiGel, that surgeons, generals and scoutmasters of Boy Scout troops are likely to want next. … 700 more words

ISI InCites Journal Citation Reports adds 2014 impact factors and more

ISI Thomson Reuters has updated its InCites Journal Citation Reports with 2014 data and enhancements.

The updated JCR, now in its 40th year, continues to provide the data you use to evaulate and compare more than 11,000 scholarly and technical journals in 237 disciplines across the sciences and social sciences for the years 1997 through 2014. 68 more words

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Another stepping stone closer towards a greater milestone

Short post –  I’m done and dusted with exams for this semester. One more wave to go before graduation. Overall I found these exams a little harder than previous years, even though I took a singing breadth to take the load off my other subjects. 183 more words


2015 Community Health Data Base microdata now available!

The initial data release of the Community Health Data Base’s 2014-2015 Southeastern Pennsylvania Household Health Survey, the oldest and largest regional health survey in the U.S., is now available through the Penn Libraries Web! 358 more words

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