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Teaching poetry while in prison, being present at an airport bomb explosion, and traveling internationally have shaped Jim Moore as a writer and pivotal figure on Minnesota’s poetry scene for more than four decades. Moore read from his works at the 2019 Pankake Poetry event, held April 3 at the University of Minnesota. The post Pankake Poetry r ...…
 
Four months after the 1984 presidential election, Geraldine Ferraro visited Minnesota where she was greeted by a large and receptive audience as the guest speaker for the Distinguished Carlson Lecture Series, sponsored by the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. Interest was so great that after full cap ...…
 
Come sit in the chair in a landmark Twin Cities exhibit at the March 2 Open House for the exhibit, "The ABC of It: Why Children's Books Matter." It will transport you back to your childhood with original artwork and manuscripts from over 200 children's classics. Enjoy three floors of photo opportunities including a life-sized Poky Little Puppy ...…
 
Here's a New Year's Resolution for you: Read all of the books you can — and keep them as long as you want! You can find them at Ebooks Minnesota, a service from Minitex at the University of Minnesota. In this episode, Zach Miller talks about the benefits of Ebooks Minnesota — and plugs one of his favorite children's books, "What To Do With a Bo ...…
 
Sherlock Holmes expert Tim Johnson recommends two books to give to Sherlock Holmes fans: About Sixty: Why Every Sherlock Holmes Story is the Best, and About Being a Sherlockian, both edited by Christopher Redmond. Johnson was a guest on Read This Book!, produced by the University of Minnesota Libraries and hosted by the U's Lisa Von Drasek. The ...…
 
“It’s such a big dream, I can’t see it all,” is what Edward S. Curtis said of his master work, The North American Indian, published between 1907 and 1930. This video provides an overview and highlights of the exhibt on display through January 18, 2019 at the University of Minnesota's Elmer L. Andersen Library. The post ‘Such a Big Dream’ exhibi ...…
 
Sara Evans, Regents Professor Emerita at the University of Minnesota, led a panel of powerful women, including Carolyn Chalmers, Lindsey Middlecamp, Simran Mishra, and Mariam Mohamed, that considered the rise of the #MeToo movement in historical context: What is its breadth and depth? Will it result in lasting cultural change? The post #MeToo e ...…
 
Megan Kocher reviewed The Great Minnesota Cookie Book and Soo Fariista, a Somali American cookbook, on this installment of Read This Book from the University of Minnesota Libraries. The post Minnesota cookie recipes and Somali American cookbook appeared first on continuum | University of Minnesota Libraries.…
 
Music Librarian Jessica Abbazio recommends "American Music" by Annie Leibovitz as a book to give as a gift on this installment of Read This Book from the University of Minnesota Libraries. The post Thumbs up to ‘American Music’ appeared first on continuum | University of Minnesota Libraries.
 
The program series People Worth Hearing About originated with The Minnesota School of the Air director, Betty Girling. The series first aired in 1969. In this episode, a feature on Maria Sanford is highlighted along with the behind-the-scenes decisions on how to produce the script. The post Women on the Air: People Worth Hearing About appeared ...…
 
If your day brings you across the Washington Avenue Bridge, be sure to check out the hundreds of original art panels that line the pedestrian walkway. These panels change each fall as student groups and University departments are invited to participate in the Paint the Bridge tradition. Learn how the Libraries painted their panel with a little ...…
 
Chef Sean Sherman presented at the 2018-2019 kickoff of the Friends Forum on October 16 at the Bell Museum. His topic: Reclaiming the Culture of Indigenous American Cuisine. The post Chef Sherman presentation now on YouTube appeared first on continuum | University of Minnesota Libraries.
 
Ryan Mattke, Head of the Borchert Map Library, accepted the Governor's Award on October 4 for the Minnesota Historical Aerial Photographs Online website, which includes thousands of digital copies of historical aerial photographs, mostly from between the 1920s and the 1990s, covering all 87 counties in Minnesota. The post Map Library wins Gover ...…
 
Woo hoo! Libraries receive warm greeting at UMN Homecoming Parade! Take 2 minutes and enjoy the fun!! The post A fun time at UMN Homecoming Parade appeared first on continuum | University of Minnesota Libraries.
 
This episode features a woman who achieved many notable firsts, a political leader who used her voice to better her community, implement and sustain diplomacy, and develop her own potentiality: Eugenie Anderson, the first woman to be named a United States Ambassador. A profile of Eugenie’s personal and professional life was featured on KUOM on ...…
 
University of Minnesota Libraries celebrated the 50th anniversary of the opening of Wilson Library on October 1, 2018. The post Staff, students celebrate 50 years of Wilson Library appeared first on continuum | University of Minnesota Libraries.
 
September 13 was a busy day for the Libraries. It was one more day in a week filled with tours of library spaces. As a partner with the College of Liberal Arts' First-Year Experience program, the Libraries hosted nearly a thousand students over 50 tours that week alone — helping CLA students complete their course, CLA 1001. "We want to get stud ...…
 
Lisa Von Drasek interviews Julie Schumacher — author of "The Shakespeare Requirement" — in this installment of Read This Book! from the University of Minnesota Libraries. The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune keep hitting beleaguered English professor Jason Fitger right between the eyes in The Shakespeare Requirement, the hilarious and ea ...…
 
Tim Johnson reviews Revenge of the Nerd: Or . . . The Singular Adventures of the Man Who Would Be Booger by Curtis Armstrong, in this edition of "Read This Book!" from the University of Minnesota Libraries. Armstrong, who played Booger in the 1984 film, "Revenge of the Nerds," is an avid Sherlock Holmes fan, and Johnson is Curator of the Sherlo ...…
 
Curators of the Wangensteen Historical Library recently discovered that their copy of Phytognomonica (1588) was bound in a sheet of music - likely from the 17th century. This music was brought to life by Victoria Fraser, a soprano and specialist in early, sacred music, who sang three passages that were included in the book binding. The post #Si ...…
 
The following video provides instruction for connecting to MSI Linux machines using terminal clients.
 
The following video provides instruction for connecting to MSI Linux machines using NoMachine NX client.
 
The following video provides an overview of all the labs at MSI.
 
MSI is primarily a Linux based HPC center. The following video provides an overview of all the Linux systems at MSI.
 
This video is an introduction to MSI resources brought to you by MSI staff.
 
ProteinPilotâ„¢ is a proteomics software program used for analysis of peptide tandem mass spectrometry data and for relative quantification of proteins using the iTRAQ® technology and other modes of stable isotope labeling. Raw data acquired on AB Sciex instruments such as MALDI-TOF/TOF 4800 or QSTAR systems is searched against protein sequenc ...…
 
ProteinPilotâ„¢ is a proteomics software program used for analysis of peptide tandem mass spectrometry data and for relative quantification of proteins using the iTRAQ® technology and other modes of stable isotope labeling. Raw data acquired on AB Sciex instruments such as MALDI-TOF/TOF 4800 or QSTAR systems is searched against protein sequenc ...…
 
ProteinPilotâ„¢ is a proteomics software program used for analysis of peptide tandem mass spectrometry data and for relative quantification of proteins using the iTRAQ® technology and other modes of stable isotope labeling. Raw data acquired on AB Sciex instruments such as MALDI-TOF/TOF 4800 or QSTAR systems is searched against protein sequenc ...…
 
ProteinPilotâ„¢ is a proteomics software program used for analysis of peptide tandem mass spectrometry data and for relative quantification of proteins using the iTRAQ® technology and other modes of stable isotope labeling. Raw data acquired on AB Sciex instruments such as MALDI-TOF/TOF 4800 or QSTAR systems is searched against protein sequenc ...…
 
ProteinPilotâ„¢ is a proteomics software program used for analysis of peptide tandem mass spectrometry data and for relative quantification of proteins using the iTRAQ® technology and other modes of stable isotope labeling. Raw data acquired on AB Sciex instruments such as MALDI-TOF/TOF 4800 or QSTAR systems is searched against protein sequenc ...…
 
MaxQuant is a suite of algorithms for analysis of high-resolution mass spectrometry (Orbitrap and FT) data. It can be used for protein identification for non-labeled samples and identification and quantification for SILAC-labeled samples. MaxQuant includes all steps needed in a computational proteomic platform except that it uses the Mascot sea ...…
 
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