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What are resources?

Resources are user-submitted pieces of content that range from video presentations to publications to simulation tools.

Who can submit a resource?

Anyone can submit a resource! Resources must be relevant to the community and may undergo a short approval process to ensure all appropriate files and information are included.

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Analysis Results - C3Bio

Resources specific for the C3bio research team only and contains analysis data and experiment results.

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An animation is a Flash-based demo or short movie that illustrates some concept.

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University courses that make videos of lectures and associated teaching materials available.

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A download is a type of resource that users can download and use on their own computer.

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Education or Symposia

Course lectures, teaching materials and learning modules.

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Notes are typically a category for any resource that might not fit any of the other categories.

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In-house presentations and conference/ symposia/workshop oral and posters, and Flash-based voiced presentation.

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Journal publications and other press/media articles.

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EFRC and other administrative documentation.

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Series are collections of other resources, typically online presentations, that cover a specific topic.

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A simulation tool is software that allows users to run a specific type of calculation.

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A collection of lectures, seminars, and materials that were presented at a workshop.

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