JoVE video journals and Science Education collections available at Stanford

December 6, 2019
Michael L Newman
JoVE first peer-reviewed scientific video journal

JoVE publishes a collection of video methods journals in biology, chemistry, engineering, medicine, neuroscience and behavior. Articles consist of high-quality video demonstrations and detailed text protocols that facilitate scientific reproducibility and productivity. The scope includes novel techniques, innovative applications of existing techniques, and gold standard protocols.

The JoVE Science Education Library is a series of video collections designed to teach and learn key concepts and fundamental techniques at the undergraduate course level. These video demonstrations cover biology, chemistry, neuroscience, behavior, general laboratory techniques, laboratory animal research, and laboratory safety.

The libraries at Stanford subscribe to many of the JoVE journals and the JoVE Science Education collections.  To see the full list of JoVE content available at Stanford, visit the Your Institution’s Access to JoVE page from any Stanford IP address.  You can also find the JoVE journals and Science Education titles through SearchWorks, the catalog of Stanford Libraries.

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