From papyrus to pixels, the Economist's essay regarding the future of the book
Take a minute to help CERN help you; take the survey.
On the day of the dedication of our Main Lecture Hall to Paolo Budinich, a new biography hot off the press
A free trial period for the University Press Scholarship Online platform is now active until 25/11/2014
Proceedings of the symposium in honour of Bruno Pontecorvo for the centennial of the birth
The Library is pleased to announce a trial period for Cambridge Books Online until 16/10/2014
MSP Nonprofit scientific publishing granted us a 2 month trial period.
Reference Textbooks for the Postgraduate Diploma Programme in eBook format
The SISSA Library new hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 - 19:00, Saturday: 9:00 - 13:00
Now online. Anyone can now enjoy reading a copy of Feynman's legendary lectures
ICTP has awarded its 2013 Dirac Medal to: Thomas W.B. Kibble, Phillip James E. Peebles and Martin John Rees.
The biography of Professor Keilis-Borok, published with the contribution of ICTP.
Due to its success, starting January 2014 Applied Physics Reviews began being published independently of its parent publication, Journal of Applied Physics.
Discover Magazine explains how three mathematicians untangled the so called "Rogers-Ramanujan identities".
The Marie Curie Library among the organizers of “ACNP/NILDE – An Ecosystem for Research”.
Starting May 1st, all AGU journal content from 1997 to content published 24 months ago is freely available online. This change applies to all articles, supplementary materials, and AGU's weekly newspaper, Eos.
Now available in the Library collection: L'atomo inquieto an adapted and revised translation of Radioactivity. A Very Short Introduction originally published in English in 2012.
Public reading in the Library celebrates the "World Book and Copyright Day".
Books in the Library about superstring theories and string model
Check all the books by the 2014 Abel Prize and 1992 Dirac Medal winner Yakov Sinai in the Marie Curie Library collection.
presented at ICTP on the 27/3/2014, see the Tesla biographies in the Library.
"Particle Fever", a documentary that takes viewers inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, is out in theaters in the US. It was produced by David Kaplan, a physicist at Johns Hopkins University.
The conference will be open to international contributions and will address the issues of the relationship between collective catalogues and interlibrary services. It will be held on 22-23 May at the University of Trieste.
Gianrossano Giannini, Professor of Physics at the University of Trieste and a regular at the Marie Curie Library, suggests the books he has loved among the 1,000+ new acquisitions in 2013.
AAAS has announced their first open access journal, publication will start in early 2015
Free Access for OpticsInfoBase and SPIE Digital Library with an ICTP account from the 3rd to the 22nd of February 2014
The American Mathematical Society offers two gold open access research journals
APS is now accepting submissions for Physical Review Applied, the newest member of the Physical Review family. Dedicated to publishing the highest quality research at the intersection of physics and engineering, Physical Review Applied will debut in early 2014.
The new eBook published by UNESCO "Climate Change in Africa: A guidebook for journalists".