Springer Nature Experiments
Location: Coming mid-October, look for announcement on HHSL website
Springer Nature Experiments is a new platform that searches four protocol and method resources simultaneously: Springer Protocols, Nature Protocols, Nature Methods, and Protocol Exchange, providing easy access to more than 50,000 protocols and methods.
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The summary page for each protocol and method provides an abstract, version history, figures and videos from the article, and the number of citations the article has received. This information helps you choose the best protocol or method for your work without scanning multiple articles on different sites. When you find one that works, then you can click through to the full text, available through Tufts Libraries.
Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets, by Luke Dittrich
Location: HHSL Book Stacks WM 173.7 D617 2016
The story of Henry Molaison, who lost his ability to create memories after a lobotomy, the man who performed the surgery (the author’s grandfather), and psychologist who studied Mr. Molaison for decades.