By JoVE – They’re Indexed!

The National Library of Medicine will index in PubMed videos from the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), an online open-access research journal that “publishes” videos of experiments and protocols “to increase reproducibility and transparency in biological sciences.”

Check out the official JoVE blog to learn more about the journal and how you can contribute to their blogging and visualization efforts. The editors also invite you to bring your own blog posts to life with their videos (just ask).

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  1. McDawg said

    Thanks muchly for this.

    Around a week ago, I was promoted to essentially being in charge of the JoVE blog. I’ve given it a wee makeover and am going to be posting there much more than in the past.

    I’m hoping that in the not too distant future, JoVE and the JoVE blog will kind of become one.

    McDawg

    Congrats on the promotion – and, again, on the PubMed recognition. We all look forward to your contributions to the biomedical “literature” and thank you for providing a discussion forum for the videos and more. – writedit

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