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 overall data quality. A recent PLOS Biology…

eagle-i at AMIA Annual Symposium in Chicago

eagle-i project director, Bhanu Bahl, will be at the AMIA Annual Symposium in Chicago, Nov 12-16. Dr. Bahl will participate in a demonstration of the DISQOVER with Hans Constandt and Filip Pattyn of Ontoforce. You can find more details about the demonstration here and welcome you to stop by to learn more and meet the…

Featured Resource: Health Communication Core

Did you know there are over 200 core facilities at Harvard and more than 1,000 across the eagle-i Network? These cores offer a wide range of services to help support researchers do their work. Check out one of the cores in eagle-i.net that was recently cited by the National Cancer Institute as a “model core…