Sciences Library News

  • Top 10 Things to Know About the Sciences Library

    10. You can connect with us on Facebook and Twitter! 9. You can email, call, or schedule an appointment with one of our librarians (Laurie Neuerburg or Leo Clougherty) if you need help finding books, articles, or anything else for your research.  8. You can use our scanner on the 1st floor for […]

  • Natural Language Searching in NCBI Databases

    NCBI has improved its search functionality in the “all databases” search to be compatible with natural language searching. In the past, natural language searching for sequence data brought up too many results or sometimes zero results. Now you can search NCBI more intuitively than […]

  • Beekeeping 101 Event is the Bee’s Knees!

    There was a lively “hive” of people at the Sciences Library for Beekeeping 101! We heard an informative talk about bees and beekeeping from Jim Davis. Then we made a bee-line for the courtyard to take a closer look at bees and how they compare with other insects. Finally, some of us […]

  • Sunsetting of the Open Access Fund

    For several years, UI Libraries has maintained an Open Access (OA) Fund to help researchers pay for the article processing charges (APCs) on open access publications. This fund supports authors choosing to make their publications open for anyone to read, broadening their audience and providing wide […]

  • Beekeeping 101 at the Sciences Library

    Join us for Beekeeping 101 at the Sciences Library for an all-ages beekeeping talk and activities on Tuesday, July 31, 2-4 pm!  2-3 PM (Sciences Library room 102): Jim Davis of the East Central Iowa Beekeepers will give a talk on the management of bees, why bees are important, and what […]

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Location: 120 Iowa Ave.
Phone: (319) 335-3083
E-mail: lib-sciences@uiowa.edu

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