May Physics Springer eBooks

By Alison Verbeck on May 29, 2020

Artemis Lunar Program   by  Manfred “Dutch” von Ehrenfried Basic Theory and Laboratory Experiments in Measurement and Instrumentation   by  Andrea Cataldo, Nicola Giaquinto, Egidio De Benedetto, Antonio Masciullo, Giuseppe Cannazza, Ilaria Lorenzo, Jacopo Nicolazzo, Maria Teresa Meo, Alessando De...

Recently Published Papers in Physics

By Alison Verbeck on May 29, 2020

A model for the interplay between plastic tradeoffs and evolution in changing environments By:Tikhonov, Mikhail; Kachru, Shamit; Fisher, Daniel S. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Volume: 117 Issue: 16 Pages: 8934-8940 Published: APR 21 2020 X-ray sp...

LibKey Nomad Expanded

By Alison Verbeck on May 29, 2020

The  LibKey Nomad browser extension has been expanded to work with Web of Science and Scopus. With LibKey Nomad installed in the Chrome browser, researchers will benefit from cover images, article in context links and one-click access to PDFs. These elements appear as an organic part of the datab...

May Math Springer eBooks

By Alison Verbeck on May 29, 2020

Advancements in Complex Analysis   by  Daniel Breaz, Michael Th. Rassias Age Structured Epidemic Modeling   by  Xue-Zhi Li, Junyuan Yang, Maia Martcheva Case Studies in Applied Bayesian Data Science   by  Kerrie L. Mengersen, Pierre Pudlo, Christian P. Robert Contemporary Experimental Design, Mul...

Washington University Libraries’ Phase 1 Response

By Alison Verbeck on May 29, 2020

During this time of many challenges for faculty, students, and staff, we want to let you know that the Washington University Libraries remain committed to providing the services and resources you need for research and instruction. During Phase 1 (spanning June 1 to July 31) of Washington Universi...

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ACLU-MO History Spotlight: Comic Book Ordinance 

By Miranda Rectenwald on May 28, 2020

Comic Book Ordinance, 1956 Fearing that comic books encouraged juvenile delinquency, in 1956 the city of St. Louis passed Bill 553, making it illegal to sell publications showing “scandals, whoring, lechery, assignations, intrigues between men and women, and immoral conduct of persons.” St. Louis...

Curbside Pickup Details

By University Libraries on May 27, 2020

For the most updated information, visit our Curbside Pickup page.   Please note that this procedure is subject to change; we will update details here as needed.

Washington University Libraries’ Phase 1 Response

By University Libraries on May 27, 2020

During this time of many challenges for faculty, students, and staff, we want to let you know that the Washington University Libraries remain committed to providing the services and resources you need for research and instruction. During Phase 1 (spanning June 1 to July 31) of Washington Universi...

New Issue of “Off the Shelf” Now Available

By Washington University Libraries on May 26, 2020

The spring 2020 issue of Washington University Libraries’ magazine Off the Shelf is now available online! The magazine covers library news, exhibits, special events, and more. Check it out!

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ACLU-MO History Spotlight: Release Time for Religious Instruction  

By Miranda Rectenwald on May 21, 2020

Release Time for Religious Instruction, 1940–1948 In the 1940s, the St. Louis city public school let students (with parental permission) participate in “release time,” which allowed them to go to church for class, with attendance counting as part of their school day. This created a co...