What is JoVE?
JoVE, The Journal of Visualized Experiments, makes and publishes videos of laboratory and medical procedures so that other researchers and teachers can use them. The UML library subscribes to JoVe for the use of students and faculty. There are two components to the database; one is a library of videos documenting the experiments that accompany published scientific papers. The other is an educational module, with videos of basic lab and medical procedures and practices.
In the JoVE Database you will find videos demonstrating experiments and procedures in the fields of psychology, chemistry, biology, environmental Science, biochemistry, cancer research, medicine, neuroscience, engineering, bioengineering, genetics, and immunology.
If you are looking for specific videos in JoVe, you can do either Boolean or keyword searching. The search screen is reproduced here.
Sample of Press Releases
A look at these articles will give an idea of the way JoVE works and the scope of its mission: