Medical Maker Space – Tech Strategy at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC
Come out for this talk by James King, Information Architect and Branch Chief at the internal research library for the largest biomedical founder in the world. James will discuss the technology strategy driving the library’s developments in data, collaboration, and virtual learning. He will also discuss two of the library’s current initiatives – Custom Information Solutions, a geek squad team building data-rich websites for disease spaces, and the Technology Hub, a sandbox learning and maker space designed to experiment with 3D printing, data visualization, modeling, GIS, and bioinformatics analysis. This is event is free to attend in person, and is also being broadcast as a free webinar.
Tuesday, May 17th, 6pm-8pm, Lillian H. Smith Library, 239 College St.