1,656 Works

Setting-up Restriction Enzyme Digests with RE-Mix Master Mixes

David Hough, Penny F. Devoe, Deana D. Martin, Elizabeth A. Young &

Primer Design and Fragment Assembly Using Gibson Assembly

Elizabeth A. Young, Thomas C. Evans, Penny F. Devoe, Tasha Jose &

How Can Epigenetics Help Us Treat Diseases?

, Tasha Jose &

Tips for Amplifying Large Amplicons

Rebecca B. Kucera, , Deana D. Martin, Elizabeth A. Young &

Reduce Star Activity with High Fidelity (HF) Restriction Enzymes

Richard D. Morgan, Deana D. Martin, Elizabeth A. Young &

5 Tips for Setting Up Your PCR

Melanie Fortier, Nicole M. Nichols, Elizabeth A. Young &

Tips for Optimizing RNA Inputs in NGS Library Construction

, Fiona J. Stewart, Eileen Dimalanta, Christine Sumner, Elizabeth A. Young &

Data Management Experiences and Best Practices from the Perspective of a Plant Research Institute

Daniel Arend
Presentation on the DILS 17.July.2014 in Lisbon, Portugal

The e!DAL JAVA API: Sharing & Citing Research Data in Life Sciences

Daniel Arend
e!DAL Poster for the DILS Conference 2014 in Lisbon, Portugal

Canrong Jin (金灿荣) interview for the China Boom Project

Canrong Jin & John Delury
CanrongJin, Senior Fellow at the Institute of American Studies (IAS), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in New York, USA on November 14, 2008.

Cheng Li (李成) interview for the China Boom Project

Cheng Li & John Delury
Cheng Li, Director of Research at the John L. Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in New York, USA on October 30, 2008.

Gavin Ni (倪正东) interview for the China Boom Project

Gavin Ni & John Delury
Gavin Ni, CEO of Zero2IPO Group, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in Shanghai, China on June 9, 2008.

Yushi Mao (茅于轼) interview for the China Boom Project

Yushi Mao & John Delury
Yushi Mao, Chairman of Unirule Institute of Economics, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in Beijing, China on November 10, 2009.

Etching in Memory: Ferris Olin, opening address

Ferris Olin
Opening address for the conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Her talk addresses the central mission of the conference: how artists can control their own legacy, rather than leaving it to others. She concludes by noting, "as artists, you are also the inventors and protectors of your own legacies."

Ailian Chen (陈爱莲) interview for the China Boom Project

Ailian Chen & Josh Chin
Ailian Chen, Founder of Chen Ailian Artistic Troupe, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in Beijing, China on April 1, 2009.

David Wei (卫哲) interview for the China Boom Project

David Wei & John Delury
David Wei, Chief Executive Officer of Alibaba.com (阿里巴巴), was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in Shanghai, China on June 7, 2008.

Jianmin Wu (吴建民) interview for the China Boom Project

Jianmin Wu & John Delury
Jianmin Wu, former Chinese Ambassador to the UN, France, and the Netherlands, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in New York, U.S. on November 3, 2008.

Vishwas Chavan, GBIF at DataCite summer meeting 2012

Vishwas Chavan

RDFS, RDFa, SPARQL und Triple Stores

Harald Sack

SWRL/RIF

Harald Sack

Digital preservation of information models for the build environment - requirements, challenges and approaches in the FP7 DuraArk project

Jakob Beetz
Digital preservation processes differ in detail depending on a variety of factors. Organizational matters such as retention periods or an overarching archiving mandate influence policies, which in return form the basis for preservation action. On a technical level preservation processes are directly influenced by the complexity of the material but also by the availability of tools to analyze and treat the material. All preservation action must furthermore be in-line with the intended usage of the...

Digital preservation of AV materials in a library context

Thomas Bähr & Michelle Lindlar
Digital preservation processes differ in detail depending on a variety of factors. Organizational matters such as retention periods or an overarching archiving mandate influence policies, which in return form the basis for preservation action. On a technical level preservation processes are directly influenced by the complexity of the material but also by the availability of tools to analyze and treat the material. All preservation action must furthermore be in-line with the intended usage of the...

Context-driven semantic multimedia search

Harald Sack
Video and multimedia data have become the predominant information on the World Wide Web. To cope with the ever growing amount of multimedia data on the web search engines have to open up the media content for search and retrieval. Automated multimedia analysis technologies such as, e.g. automated speech recognition, video OCR, or visual concept detection help to open up large scale multimedia repositories although the achieved analysis results often are error prone and unreliable....

SpaceLiner with Martin Sippel and Olga Trivailo

SpaceLiner Space travel transport

1. Reproducibility and Open Science

The following video is an original recording of the opening lecture to the OSTI pilot initiative, hosted by the Doctoral Training Centres in Systems Biology, Life Sciences and the Industrial Doctorate at the University of Oxford. Entitled "Reproducibility and Open Science", the seminar identifies some of the current issues facing scientific research and introduces the theme of open science as a possible solution. Prospective OSTI course leaders may be interested in the end of the...

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