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Tag Archives: Science
CityLIS Virtual Dissertation Collections. 3. Science and health
This is the third in an occasional series of posts in which we celebrate and publicise the excellent work done by CityLIS students in the dissertation projects. Each post will focus on a topic, and present a series of dissertations … Continue reading
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#HASlibcamp coming to #citylis on 23rd April 2016
#HASlibcamp is a one day unconference for people interested in health and science libraries. It will take place at City University London and is being organised by a great team of Librarians that include #citylis’s very own Ludi Price. If … Continue reading
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#citylis #OAWeek Lecture 2015: Cameron Neylon on “The Limits of Open”
The International Open Access Week returns to City University London with a lecture by Dr Cameron Neylon. Birley Lecture Theatre, R101, Franklin Building. Thursday, 22 October 2015, 17:30. Free. Requires registration. Continue reading
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