The Talbot Research Library is excited to offer Faculty of 1000 to the Fox Chase Cancer Center Community!
What is Faculty of 1000?
Faculty of 1000 is a unique online service that identifies and ranks the important articles and trends across biology and medicine. Articles are classified and evaluated by peer-nominated Faculty of 10,000 expert clinicians and researchers who explain why the papers they recommend are essential reading.
If you would like a personal tour of Faculty of 1000, email me. Librarians can also set up personal profiles that allow you comment on reviews and evaluations and set up literature alerts!
How can Faculty of 1000 help you?
• It can help you save time! Experts rate and evaluate the most important literature so it’s fast and easy to pinpoint the best articles being published. Alerts can be set up to pull literature from My Favorite Sections and emailed daily, weekly, monthly, etc. There are 100,000 expert evaluations on the Faculty of 1000 site that highlight the world’s most important articles in biology and medical research.
• Faculty of 1000 can also help you explore other areas of research. If you’re looking to switch fields or simply interested in other subject areas, Faculty of 1000 can help you!
• F1000 Posters: Faculty of 1000 contains an open access repository for biomedical posters from conferences, reviewed and evaluated by the Faculty.
• Top 10s: see the very best papers evaluated in the last month across the whole of Biology and Medicine, or for individual Faculties. There are also Top 10s for the Most Viewed Papers. All content is updated daily.
• Hidden Jewels: Discover articles from lesser known journals, both in your specialty and in neighboring fields that rank highly among F1000 experts.
• F1000 Factors: Articles are rated by evaluating Faculty Members; our F1000 Factor further distinguishes recommended articles from the truly exceptional.
What other services does Faculty of 1000 provide?
• F1000 Reports: Open access, peer reviewed articles by the world’s top scientists in which emerging topics identified by the Faculty are put into a broader context.
• MyF1000: Customize the site to your areas of interest. You can also store your searches and have them emailed to you.
• Keep up to date with F1000′s magazine The Scientist…
• Daily news: Science reporting at its sharpest, including video interviews and debates.
• Feature articles: Opinions and syntheses of the latest big ideas in biology and related disciplines, covering research, business, culture and technology.
• Profiles: Delving inside the labs and minds of Faculty Members and other top investigators.
• “Naturally Selected”: Scientists and reporters blogging on top science news, opinions, and culture.