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Researchers invited to lunch and learn with Digital Science

By Dave Jones on June 9, 2015 in University

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By Dateline staff

The technology company Digital Science is hosting a lunch-and-learn program this week to talk with the UC Davis research community about the company’s software products, which Digital Science says will “make the research process simpler and more efficient so that everyone can work smart and discover more.”

The Office of Research and the University Library issued an invitation to the free program to be held from noon to 1:15 p.m. Thursday (June 11) in 205 Shields Library (Library Instruction Room). People who plan to attend are asked to RSVP via email to Digital Science’s Kortney Capretta.

The program will start with a brief overview. Then, after lunch, there will be three concurrent breakout sessions on several Digital Science products:

  • Overleaf — A collaborative science publication system.
  • Labguru — A Web-based lab management system.
  • Dimensions for Universities and Altmetric — The Dimensions tool analyzes the global funding landscape, while Altmetric measures research output.

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