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In the Library
*Stauffer will be open on Saturdays and closed on Sundays.
This month Knovel has added works from five new publishers to its database.
Encyclopedia of Earth
The Encyclopedia of Earth has the goal of providing one authoritative information source about the Earth, its environment, the creatures that live on it, and how people interact with and respond to all of the above.
Articles are edited and maintained by experts in their respective fields, and they cover a diverse range of topics, usually related to ecological or environmental concerns. Maintained by the Environmental Information Coalition, a group of scientists and educators.
Oral History of Human Genetics: The Intelligent Archive
The Oral History of Human Genetics is a ollection of oral history transcripts on the history of human genetics. As of April 2009, only a few of the oral histories are available, but they are very detailed and contain supplemental material such as timelines and related papers. Also provides a bibliography, chronology of human genetics (1900-2000), and project background. This ongoing project is a collaboration between historians of science at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and Johns Hopkins University.
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Nasser Saleh and Michael White, librarians in the Engineering & Science Library, are two of the presenters at the cross-faculty teaching forum.
Nasser Saleh will make his presentation "Towards One Big International Library: Should we Internationalize an International Practice?" at 11:30am in Policy Studies, room 554.
In conjunction with Special Libraries Association's Centennial, the BioMedical & Life Sciences Division conducted a poll to identify the 100 most influential journals of Biology & Medicine over the last 100 years.
Types of IP include patents, trademarks, designs and copyrights. Queen's University researchers are working on many technologies that will benefit the environment. These include fuel cells, green chemistry and more efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs.
To learn more about intellectual property and green innovation, visit the Canadian Intellectual Property Office and World Intellectual Property Organization or drop by the Engineering & Science Library to see our display of IP-related books and patented products. For information on searching patents, visit our patent research guide .
A love of the land : selected writings of John Fraser Hart
Swimming against the tide : African American girls and science education /
Sustainable agriculture and food security in an era of oil scarcity : lessons from Cuba / Julia Wright