Monday, January 16, 2012

Draft post cleanup #18: Epernicus

Yet another post in my "draft blog post cleanup" series.  Here is #18, from July 2008.

Well, was going to write about Epernicus in 2008 as an interesting tool for networking scientists.  I still have an account there which I just updated a bit.  But I am not sure if Epernicus is being used much anymore.  I have focused a lot on a similar system: Mendeley though they have differences.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jonathan,
    I wanted to point out a tool, Quartzy (www.quartzy.com) that helps life-scientists manage their labs that you and your readers may find useful. I'm an MD/PhD and the co-founder of Quartzy, which helps with managing Inventories, Orders, Protocols, and Facilities. We have close to 10,0000 scientist using Quartzy and would love to hear your feedback. Thanks

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