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eagle-i: Developed by Harvard's clinical and translational science center, one of 62 centers funded by the NIH.
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  • What our users say:

    “The eagle-i tool allowed us to easily bypass an otherwise substantial roadblock.”

    Priya Srikanth, MD-PhD StudentHarvard Medical School
  • What our users say:

    “The eagle-i platform allowed us to easily discover 5 additional proteomics facilities with MALDI TOF/TOF mass specs that were within easy walking distance from our lab. I was additionally able to determine that one of the facilities had sufficient availability for us to perform our project.”

    Dominic M. Walsh, B.Sc, P.G.C.E., PhD Associate Professor of NeurologyHarvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital
  • eagle-i 2017 Giveaway

    We are thrilled to announce that we will be giving away a science gift bundle as a token of appreciate to our users and social media followers. To enter the drawing that will take place on Twitter, like and retweet the tweets that we will be sending out from the 4th of December to the 8th of...

    posted: 2017-12-04
  • Imaging Research Facilities at BIDMC

    Our interdisciplinary team of investigators in the Division of MRI Research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Department of Radiology focuses on the development of MRI methods for improved anatomic, functional, metabolic, and molecular characterization of tissue and the translation of...

    posted: 2017-12-04
  • International Conference on Dublin Core

    All of those who are involved in scholarly communications have the same end goal: to conduct, facilitate and/or communicate research, and have that research be discoverable. Whether they’re funders, authors, preprint servers, publishers, libraries, repositories; or the numerous tools seeking to...

    posted: 2017-12-04
  • eagle-i’s Record-Level Citation Feature

    Persistent identifiers (PIDs) are critical to the practice of open science. Materials that have been used in published research need to be able to be located for replication and re-usability. Having PIDs attached to these materials are a crucial part of this process, as well as for supporting...

    posted: 2017-08-10

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