QuestionsWhat is the main function of NPL?
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admin answered 2 years ago
  • global collection, organization, preservation, and free internet access to academic biomedical literature.
  • Providing nationwide access to biological and medical knowledge in collaboration with the more than 8,100 institutions that make up the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM).
  • acting as a premier international platform for developing, collecting, and delivering specialized accessibility to molecular biology and genomics, clinical trials, environmental health, and other forms of biomedical data, such as those from elevated, trans-NIH programmes.
  • doing research and innovation on biomedical communications systems, platforms, techniques, and technologies as well as on how data is exchanged and used by patients, healthcare providers, and the general public.