Tagged: Research

Members of the UC Davis and UC Davis Health communities have free access to library-licensed materials including JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), a peer-reviewed scientific video journal that publishes methods articles accompanied by videos of experiments. JoVE is a great resource for students, clinicians and instructors, and recently added
March 15, 2022
This is a quick guide to identify research and researchers of interest at UC Davis.  The unique experience that UC Davis provides to students is the direct connect to major researchers across a wide array of fields.  Find your research passion.
September 30, 2021 • Erik Davis Fausak
A website for creating, organizing, and publishing reproducible research protocols. UC Davis researchers have access to free premium accounts. More information
This guide highlights some tools available to UC Davis researchers wanting to perform and manage systematic reviews. For a guide on what systematic reviews are, including the systematic review literature search process, and how to request a consultation for a health sciences systematic review project, see our Systematic Reviews
October 15, 2019 • Bruce Abbott
50/50 It is with great enthusiasm that UC Davis Special Collections celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2016/2017. The Department was established in 1966 to house the library’s rare and unique collections. Holdings consist of over 183,000 rare books and pamphlets, 17,200 linear feet of manuscript collections and University
June 28, 2017 • Jenny Hodge