JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, is a peer reviewed journal published in video format devoted to the publication of scientific research. Launched in 2006, JoVE has been publishing video articles from laboratories around the world about a variety of scientific disciplines.JoVE helps to visualize the complex world of science to increase educational outcomes, speed learning of lab protocols and methods, and provide a visual basis to accompany traditional teaching and learning. From basic protocols to specific images and videos that can be used in class.
Library subscribes to following three sections of the journal:
JoVE General is a primary reference resource which includes techniques and protocols from biological, medical, chemical and physical research. Areas of techniques covered include, but are not limited to Developmental Biology, Molecular biology, Bioinformatics, Marine biology, Environmental biology, Veterinary medicine, Non-pathogenic microbiology, Plant Biology.
JoVE Chemistry focuses on the methodology within chemistry and chemical preparation within multidisciplinary fields. Covers articles about new methodologies and new twists on existing methodologies. The scope of this section includes but is not limited to Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Physical chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical biology Molecular biology, Preparation, use, and analysis of novel materials and structures, Spectroscopic techniques
JoVE Behavior includes both observational and experimental techniques that seek to understand human and animal behavior, implicated brain regions, related physiological changes, and underlying genetic causes. The scope of section includes but is not limited to Addiction, Emotion, Control of Movement, Consciousness, Cognition (Attention, Decision Making, Reasoning), Sexual and Motivational Behaviors, Social, Behaviors, Learning and Memory, Sleep and biological rhythms, Language Processing.
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