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  • Service Interruption | Interlibrary Loan, WorldCat, UBorrow | Saturday, June 16, Noon-8pm

    OCLC (vendor) will be doing maintenance on all their data centers on Saturday, June 16, from Noon-8pm. Interlibrary Loan, UBorrow, and WorldCat may be unavailable or not work as expected at this time.  If you are having difficulty…

  • BioCyc: A Collection of Pathway/Genome Databases

    We now have access to BioCyc, a collection of Pathway/Genome Databases (PGDBs). You can search BioCyc by gene, protein, enzyme, or metabolic pathway. You can use advanced tools to view…

  • Johannes Schltetus | Mini Exhibit June 6, 11-13, 18-20 | 1-4pm | John Martin Rare Book Room @Hardin Library

    JOHANNES SCULTETUS (1595-1645). Chei-roplotheke [Greek transliterated] . . . 1655. See a display of books by Johannes Schltetus and his medical professors Adriaan van de Spiegel and Hieronymus Fabricius at the John Martin Rare Book Room in…

  • Beekeeping 101 Exhibit at the Sciences Library

    Swing by the Sciences Library to see our new exhibit, Beekeeping 101! It features a real honeycomb, wooden bee houses, smoker can, and protective suit. The exhibit includes resources for learning more about beekeeping…

  • Women and Science in the Military

    On Memorial Day, we honor the individuals in the U.S. Armed Forces who have given their all serving our country. Memorial Day began in the 1800s when women began putting flowers on the gravestones of soldiers, leading…

  • Shorter hours for Memorial Day start Saturday, May 26 @Hardin Library

    The Hardin Library will be open shorter hours this weekend for the Memorial Day holiday.   Saturday, May 26 10am-2pm Sunday, May 27 Noon-4pm Monday, May 30 Closed for Memorial Day  Tuesday, May 29 Summer hours begin Complete…

  • May the F=mA Be With You!

    The next chapter in the Star Wars© franchise will be released at the end of this week. Have you ever wondered about physics in that galaxy far, far away? How did Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon make the Kessel Run in…

  • Summer Study 24/7

    Do you need a cool place (cool literally) to study this summer?  Visit the Pomerantz Business Library in the BizHub!  This newly remodeled and brightly lit space offers private study, group rooms, PC’s, a printer, a…

  • Bees: Savoring the Fruits of Their Labor

    Summertime is watermelon season, and while you bite into that juicy watermelon, do you stop and think about the bees that made the existence of the melon possible for you? Whether bees are part of a managed colony or wild…

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