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2020 access

Request materials from the Robin Li and Melissa Ma Science Library via SearchWorks for pick up in Green Library. This service is available to the following current Stanford ID cardholders: undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, professors (including emeriti), staff, fellows, and Stanford visiting scholars. Science Library remains closed to onsite visits. Read more about the request and pick up service.

New print books: August 31-September 6, 2020

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QA1 .A3 V.81

Hayashi, Nakao, Keiichi Kato, Takayoshi Ogawa, and Tohru Ozawa. 2019. Asymptotic analysis for nonlinear dispersive and wave equations. Advanced studies in pure mathematics; 81. [Tokyo]: Mathematical Society of Japan.

QA161 .P59 B78 2020

Brunault, François, and Wadim Zudilin. 2020. Many variations of Mahler measures: a lasting symphony. Australian Mathematical Society lecture series; 28. Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press. Also digital.

QA164 .B758 2020

Brown, Ezra, and Richard K. Guy. 2020. The unity of combinatorics. Carus mathematical monographs; no. 36. Providence, Rhode Island: MAA Press, an imprint of the American Mathematical Society.

QA166.145 .K69 2019

Kowalski, Emmanuel. 2019. An introduction to expander graphs. Collection SMF. Cours spécialisés; no 26. Paris: Société Mathématique de France.

QB982 .H658 2019 POPSCI

Hooper, Dan. 2019. At the edge of time: exploring the mysteries of our universe's first seconds. Science essentials. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

TX645 .C76 2019 POPSCI

Crosby, Guy. 2019. Cook, taste, learn: how the evolution of science transformed the art of cooking. New York: Columbia University Press. Also digital.

Archived new books lists

Science Library new acquisitions archive January 2020 - present

Science Library new acquisitions archive 2019

Science Library new acquisitions archive 2018

Science Library new acquisitions archive September - December 2017

Biology new acquisitions archive October 2013 - August 2017

Chemistry & Chemical Engineering new acquisitions archive January 2010 - August 2017

Mathematics & Statistics new acquisitions archive January 2010 - August 2017

Sneak peek before the library opened January 9, 2017

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