Join one of the science-themed talks to celebrate the end of the UL's Curious Objects exhibition today
The Office of Scholarly Communication invites you to a workshop to discover how you can make peer review count for your research. Thursday 30 March, 10am-5.30pm, Alison Richard Building
Vacation borrowing for undergraduates and Part III students begins at 10am on Wednesday 15 March at the Whipple.
Practical sessions from experts in scholarly communciation on topics relevant to PhD students in Humanities, Arts & Social Science subjects
Expert help with using iDiscover
'Curious Objects' and 'Scandalous Books'
'A Cabinet of English Literary Treasures', 6, 7 & 8 March
Trial access to the fully digitized archive of Dutch mathematician and astronomer Christiaan Huygens (1629-95), until 14 February.
Lent Term has begun and late opening to 7pm has resumed. Please remember to bring back any outstanding vacation loans asap.
Details of opening hours and closed dates over the Christmas and New Year period.
Win £500 for your book collection!
A new book display in the Whipple featuring women science writers
Finding iDiscover difficult to use? Try one of the UL's drop-in help sessions for expert advice.
An exhibition of the unexpected acquired during 600 years of collecting.
Advice & discussion session, Friday 28 October 1-2pm, Whipple Old Library
Trial access to 'Popular Medicine' and 'London Low Life' until 10 November
Notice about occasional lunchtime closures, summer 2016
Information about summer opening hours
Whipple A-Z blog series, April-October 2016