Category Archives: technology
Games4Health is in full-swing and wants your participation! University of Utah employees can be judges. Students, it’s time to develop a health game idea, make a video, and win a cash prize!
What’s your New Year’s Resolution? Do you wish to communicate better with your team? Is it to improve project management? Or to increase your productivity in general? Come to Appy Hour on Tuesday, January 10, 1-2pm. We will meet in the Garden Level of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library. There will be light […]
Join us on Wednesday, November 30, 12-5pm in the Synapse for the Center for Medical Innovation Expo. The Synapse is Eccles Library’s collaborative flexible space on the Garden Level. Learn more about the Synapse here.
The first step of innovation is generating an idea or identifying a problem that needs solved – the ideation phase. While the University of Utah offers innovators spaces to fabricate prototypes and create sample devices, there are few spaces that support true design thinking or idea generation and sharing. To meet this gap, the EHSL […]
Following the discussions at the Research Reproducibility Conference, the Center for Open Science and The University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library are hosting free, practical, hands-on workshops to create more rigorous, open, impactful, and reproducible research. Join April Clyburne-Sherin, MS for a half-day on November 15, 2016 focusing on concrete steps to […]
Join us on Friday, May 20, 12-1pm for Bike to Work Day Appy Hour. We will meet on the Garden Level of the Eccles Health Sciences Library. May 16-20 is National Bike to Work Week. In honor of this week, Appy Hour will be about bike-related apps. Join us as Bryan Hull, EHSL employee and […]
Research Reproducibility Conference November 14-15, 2016 Website | Twitter Reproducibility of research is critical to the advancement of science. Bringing together researchers, students, and administrators at the first Research Reproducibility Conference to start a frank discussion on how institutions can help support research reproducibility and make more research true, we hope to further the dialog […]
On April 6, Amy Sibul from the Biology Department and two students presented at the Birds and the Bees Appy Hour. With springtime approaching, it is a fun time to watch wildlife, and yes, there are apps for that!
It’s SPRING and the birds and the bees are inviting YOU to Appy Hour! Appy Hour will be on Wednesday, April 6, 12-1pm. We will meet in the Garden Level of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.
Join the conversation on Monday, February 22, at the 2016 Pricilla M. Mayden Lecture, with invited speaker Iain Kerr.