Register Now: Modern Scientific Advances and Innovations: A Focus on Space, Transport and 3D Printing

You’re invited to a free SLA PartnerTalk on September 23 (register now!), sponsored by IET Inspec with EBSCO.

During this presentation, Dr. Chris Marker will discuss hot topics in science, engineering and technology, specifically:

• Rosetta Comet mission
• The future of transportation (driverless cars, space travel)
• 3D Printing

CMARKERDr. Marker will also demonstrate how the Inspec database drives research and innovation through its depth and breadth of content and ease of access. He will show how, through careful selection and categorization of relevant information, Inspec allows researchers to drill down and retrieve specific information quickly and efficiently; plus showcase why the Inspec database has been the research tool of choice of the world’s leading universities, companies and government agencies.

 

 

When: September 23rd, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT (what time is that where you are? http://time.is/compare

Register: via GoToWebinar (free to SLA members)

Sponsored by: IET Inspec & EBSCO


About the speaker:
Particle physicist, Dr. Chris Marker is a key member of the Inspec core indexing team at the prestigious Institution of Engineering and Technology (The IET). In this role he aids in scouring the world’s most innovative scientific literature and carefully selects new content to be indexed within the content rich, world renowned Inspec database.

Dr. Marker’s work has a specialized focus on the astrophysics and geophysics areas of the database for which he has been a subject specialist for over nine years. Dr. Marker holds a PhD in Particle Physics from Royal Holloway College, University of London, and an MPhys from Bath University. Whilst completing his PhD, he spent a year working on the highly successful BaBar experiment at Stanford University’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California. Prior to this he worked on the Titania laser system on placement at Rutherford Appleton Laboratories. He is also a qualified instructor.

Continually evolving, Inspec is one of the most extensive and up-to-date sources of science and engineering research in the world. Containing over 14 million records, the Inspec database highlights the IET’s commitment to making essential, high-quality scientific and technological intelligence easily available to engineering community.

Free trials of the Inspec database are being offered on the EBSCOhost platform. This is a limited time offer. For information and trial access, please visit www.ebscohost.com/academic/inspec. Free trial access sponsored by EBSCO.

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