Recently Published Papers in Physics

By Alison Verbeck on December 30, 2019

Comparison between variational Monte Carlo and shell model calculations of neutrinoless double beta decay matrix elements in light nuclei By: Wang, X. B.; Hayes, A. C.; Carlson, J.; Dong, G. X.; Mereghetti, E.; Pastore, S.; Wiringa, R. B. PHYSICS LETTERS B Volume: 798 Article Number: UNSP 134974 ...

Recently Published Papers in Math

By Alison Verbeck on December 30, 2019

On the unramified cohomology of certain quotient varieties By: Diaz, Humberto MATHEMATISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT Early Access: NOV 2019 Two Weight Commutators on Spaces of Homogeneous Type and Applications By: Xuan Thinh Duong; Gong, Ruming; Kuffner, Marie-Jose S.; et al. JOURNAL OF GEOMETRIC ANALYSIS Ear...

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Latin American Scholarship El Colegio de Mexico on JSTOR

By Daria Carson-Dussan on December 27, 2019

Washington University Libraries’ has purchased access to over a 1000 books from El Colegio de Mexico via JSTOR.  El Colegio de Mexico, or “Colmex,” as it is often known, is one of the most important academic research centers in the world. Founded in 1938, Colmex has published key books in t...

zbMATH Open

By Alison Verbeck on December 18, 2019

zbMATH is an information service for mathematicians in research and teaching, with networked information on mathematical topics, authors, publications, references and software. It provides detailed information on mathematical publications dating back to 1868 and provides access to more than 4 mil...

Libraries’ Essay Competition Offers Cash Prizes to Students

By WU Libraries on December 16, 2019

The Washington University Libraries are giving away cash prizes to the students who write the best short essays about their personal book collections. That’s right, students — ponder the contents of your bookshelves, write a brief essay, and you could win cash. The Neureuther Student Book Collect...

Select Applications Temporarily Unavailable Over Winter Break

By Washington University Libraries on December 16, 2019

On December 19-20, a number of library applications, including Illiad, Ares, the Digital Gateway, and Wowza, will be inaccessible due to scheduled maintenance. Additionally, a number of library resources, including licensed journals, will be inaccessible January 2-8 due to maintenance. We appreci...

Cartography and Maps

By Tobias Feldmann on December 13, 2019

Maps help us to orient ourselves in the world or in a specific region and find the place we’re looking for, just like our WashU campus maps help many students and visitors to find their way. In general, maps are an important tool in our everyday lives and have been so for hundreds of years. [&hel...

Washington University Libraries Spring Book Club Series

By jkillion on December 5, 2019

Join us as we explore both fiction and non-fiction titles, with selections focusing on history, medicine, travel, adventure, rare books, and literature. Book Clubs will begin with a showcase of collection materials related to the reading, followed by a discussion of the book. Free and open to all...