Category: Science

STAT Plus now available

STAT Plus now available

Access in-depth biotech, pharma, and life sciences coverage and analysis

The MIT community now has access to STAT Plus, a premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science...

Science
Ye Li and Kai Alexis Smith named ARL Leadership & Career Development Program fellows

Ye Li and Kai Alexis Smith named ARL Leadership & Career Development Program fellows

Ye Li, chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science and engineering librarian, and Kai Alexis Smith, art, architecture, and urban planning librarian, are...

Engineering
Learn with the Libraries: Summer 2019

Learn with the Libraries: Summer 2019

New opportunities to build your skills

Learn tips that will help you with all stages of your research. Click on a workshop to learn more and register....

Science
News from the MIT Press

News from the MIT Press

MIT Press launches new Fund for Diverse Voices

The MIT Press has a long and rich history of publishing books by and about underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering,...

 Bibliotech
Encyclopedia of Sustainable Technologies arrives

Encyclopedia of Sustainable Technologies arrives

The MIT Libraries is pleased to announce online access to the Encyclopedia of Sustainable Technologies, “the first multi-volume reference work to...

All news
World Space Week starts *now*

World Space Week starts *now*

Learn about World Space Week and see what the Libraries have to help you enjoy it

It’s October in New England, which means you’re most likely seeing jack-o-lanterns, apple-picking ads, and pumpkin spice everywhere, but there are...

Humanities
Learn with the Libraries: Summer 2018

Learn with the Libraries: Summer 2018

Build new skills over the summer

School may be out for the summer, but you can still Learn with the Libraries! We are offering several workshops on...

Business & management
Institute Archives Spotlights Pioneering Women at MIT

Institute Archives Spotlights Pioneering Women at MIT

Initiative builds collections of women faculty in science and engineering

A new MIT Libraries initiative aims to highlight MIT’s women faculty by acquiring, preserving, and making accessible their personal archives. The...

 Bibliotech
Remote sensing brought near

Remote sensing brought near

Remote sensing continues to yield important data about our planet, especially relevant given present environmental concerns. The MIT Libraries are pleased...

Engineering