Charles Wheatstone’s 1824 “Harmonic Diagram” displayed by Archives in January

January’s Object of the Month exhibit describes the “Harmonic Diagram” designed in 1824 by physicist and inventor Charles Wheatstone....

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Check out the MIT Libraries’ IAP events!

Are you wondering what an RSS feed is and how it can help your research? Interested in consumer or company information? Want to learn more about using GIS, EndNote…

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Find new books via the web, email, or by subscribing to our new RSS feeds!

Check out the latest and greatest books that have recently arrived in the MIT Libraries! See: Recent…

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New Database: World Pharmaceutical Markets

Researching pharmaceutical markets? A new database from the Libraries, World Pharmaceutical Markets, provides reports, data, and 5-year projections for world pharmaceutical and health care markets in over…

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MIT awarded $1.5 million for research on new search technologies for digital libraries

MIT recently received a $1,500,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the next phase of a project that promises to create new search technologies for digital…

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$75,000 d’Arbeloff grant funds library instruction for first-year chemistry students

The Libraries were awarded a $75,000 grant from the d’Arbeloff Fund for Excellence in Education to introduce first-year students...

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Video available of Diana Henderson author reading

A video is now available of a recent authors@mit event. Diana Henderson discusses her book, Collaborations with the Past. For more info on this event see authors@mit…

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Authors@mit event from 2005 available for downloading: William Mitchell, Placing Words

The recording of a previous authors@mit event is now available for downloading. Placing Words: symbols, space, and the city: William Mitchell, 2005. Download mp3. (1 hour, 11 minutes) (32.8…

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Scholarly Publishing Consultant Now Available to Faculty Through MIT Libraries

The MIT Libraries now have a half-time position supporting MIT faculty and researchers who have questions about their options and rights in the world of scholarly publishing, which has…

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