Abuja, 31st Mar - 4th April, 2014. This is a 5-day intensive writing course designed for early and mid-career medical and life sciences researchers aimed improving their skills in scientific writing and enhance the quality of manuscripts for publication. Read More
Anticipating and addressing the ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of scientific developments has been a key feature of the genomic research agenda (1–4). Research in genomics is advancing by developing common infrastructures and research platforms, open-access and sharing policies, and new forms of international collaborations (5–12)...Read More
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CITI Program | Web Browser Compatibility
The current version of the CITI Program’s website was launched in August 2013. In the coming months, we will be adding several usability enhancements and new features.
To make full use of these enhancement and features, and to do so securely, it’s important for your organization’s learners and administrators to use a current browser version when accessing CITI Program. The vast majority of browsers made available within the last 3-4 years will support all CITI Program features. Older versions may not, as they are often less secure and provide less functionality.
We currently offer full support for four browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari, since these constitute 99 percent of CITI Program traffic. For more details, click here.
Note that effective March 2015, CITI Program's website will block use of Internet Explorer version 7, which is now more than 8 years old, as it does earlier versions of IE. Site users will need to have IE 8 or later, or use a current version of Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.