Farewell Diploma graduates, welcome new students. The Library's selected resources for the Programme.
By former ICTP Diploma student and Pakistan's 1st female string theorist Tasneem Zehra Husain. In the Library.
A special Issue of Nature examines what is needed to grow the next generation of scientists
"State of the Climate" is the summary of global climate published in "Bulletin of the AMS"
World Resources Institute free and open source for comprehensive and comparable climate & emissions data
To commemorate John Nash, 40 articles inspired by his work free until the end of the year. Taylor & Francis.
NII opened new dissertation database on June 9th, 2015.
All books, journals and monographs freely available online, creating a diverse & accessible knowledge resource
Country comparison on a variety of themes including the economy, well-being, development, society, agriculture, employment, education and regional issues.
Student abroad? Get ready for your English proficiency test
The new book in Italian by ICTP scientist Claudio Tuniz is now on display in the Library
Thanks to a new agreement CERN results will appear as OA with copyright retained by CERN and its authors
SIF's historical journal founded 160 years ago, moves with the times and converts into a fully OA journal
Science Advances, the free, new open access journal from AAAS, is now available online
The complete set of 5 OA modules for researchers and 4 OA modules for library schools is now online
Read up on Hypatia before Thursday's show!
350 years ago Henry Oldenburg, secretary of the Royal Society, began the Philosophical Transactions of the RS
CERN & APS have announced a partnership to make all CERN-authored articles published by APS to be Open Access
Nature's special issue explores how scientists are pushing the properties of light to new extremes
New Bruno Pontecorvo biography in the Library. Read a review by Freeman Dyson
To celebrate the IYL, Physics World has brought together 10 best feature articles about light
New book by C. Tuniz, P.T. Vipraio "Homo sapiens. Una biografia non autorizzata" presented today in Sydney
Free Access for OpticsInfoBase and SPIE Digital Library from the ICTP campus from the 2nd to the 20th Feb.
New version of the Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD) Website