Science Libraries are libraries which specialize in one or more branches of the sciences, including but not limited to chemistry, biology, mathematics, physics, and engineering. These libraries may be run by the government, a university or school, or a private corporation.
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Duke University Science and Engineering Libraries
Home of the four science branch libraries at Duke University: Chemistry, Biological and Environmental Sciences, Math/Physics, and the Vesic Engineering Library.
J.R.D. Tata Memorial Library
Library of the Indian Institute of Science, with physical and electronic collections in science and technology.
MIT Science Library
Subject and database guides cover most areas of pure and applied science, databases, and types of materials (including technical reports, standards, and patents). Also links to the science branches and affiliated libraries.
Northwestern University Science and Engineering Library
Includes resources for patents, standards, national labs, and organizations and societies, as well as general links arranged by subject, and other library services.
Paul V. Galvin Library
Links to subject guides, maintained by this Illinois Institute of Technology library, in a number of engineering fields.
Public Library of Science
Advocates the free distribution of science and medical published articles.
Radcliffe Science Library
Reference library and the science department of the Bodleian Library, Oxford. A legal deposit ('copyright') library, receiving a free copy of all British scientific publications. In addition a large number of foreign works are purchased. There are especially strong collections of older material. On-line catalogue.
Science Museum Library
A research library, open to the general public for reference. Collections form a record of scientific, technological and medical change since the eighteenth century. London, UK.
Smith College Young Science Library
Links to the online resources, instruction, and general information, with access to the 5-college online catalog.
UC Davis Physical Sciences and Engineering Library
Resources arranged by broad subject area include print and electronic collections, as well as guides to using databases and the library.
UCLA Science and Engineering Library
Mainly library services and staff information; subject guides in engineering and physical sciences include both proprietary and free internet resources.
UCSD Science and Engineering Library
Specializes in physical science, mathematics, and engineering information.
University of Georgia Science Library
Includes the page "Science resources on the Internet", an index to web resources arranged by subject.
University of Maryland Engineering and Physical Sciences Library
Electronic resources include technical reports, preprints, access to patent and trademarks databases, and other sources arranged by subject and/or format.
University of Pennsylvania Science and Engineering Libraries
Selected web sites, resources guides, and e-reference resources for chemistry, engineering, math, physics, and astronomy.
University of Virginia Science and Engineering Libraries
Portal to the six subject science libraries (Astronomy, Biology/Psychology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering/Environmental Science) as well as subject guides to a wide range of subjects and types of information.
Vanderbilt University Stevenson Science and Engineering Library
Selected resources by discipline, an online map collection, patent resources, and news.
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