New Electronic Resource: Colloquium Digital Library of Life Sciences

The Colloquium Digital Library of Life Sciences is now available online to at UCLA. Published by Morgan and Claypool, the collection consists of more than 50 electronic books about 50 to 100 pages long and written by prominent experts in the field. Each book or “lecture” is a synthesis of an important research or development topic and currently organized in series of Biotechnology, Cell Biology of Medicine, the Developing Brain, Developmental Biology, and Integrated Systems Physiology: From Molecule to Function to Disease. Forthcoming series are Drug Development and Neuropeptides.

The collection is a great starting point for researchers and students in providing up to date, in depth information edited and authored by scientists, doctors, professors, and researchers from globally recognized universities, medical centers, and tech companies.

(Previous blog post about trial access of this resource)

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