Monday, December 03, 2007

TRIAL: Henry Stewart Talks - Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection

We have a trial of Henry Stewart Talks Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection of seminar style talks by leading world experts until 10th December 2007.

To access this trial go to It is a good idea to begin by watching the brief introductory talk. A button on the left hand side of the main menu leads to this talk.

This rapidly expanding collection already contains over 600 seminar style talks designed to meet the needs of research scientists, graduate students and the most advanced undergraduates. All of the seminars have been specially commissioned from leading scientists and are presented in a user-friendly format of animated slides with synchronized narration.

Under the guidance of distinguished editors, the talks are organized into comprehensive series and give you access to seminars by many of the world’s leading thinkers and authorities via one online resource. Each of the talks preserves the speaker’s individual personality and approach, and can be experienced at your own pace, wherever you want and as often as you want.

After trying the Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection please leave a comment, mentioning specific series if possible.


Anonymous said...

I checked out talks on the Calcium Signalling and Molecular Chaperones sections. These were very good, just like attending a seminar, and so I think this collection would be a useful resource.

Anonymous said...

I was excited and pleased to see an article on protein structure and design from *the* leading name in the area. Also a very good intro to protein crystallography.

Anonymous said...

An excellent resource for staff, Postdocs, PhD students and undergraduates. High quality presentations, and an expanding repertoire of topics covered. The University should definitely make this available !

Anonymous said...

Excellent resource, I will be recommending it.