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Advance notice: Closure of HBZ – Science in August/September

11. July 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

The Main Library – Science remains closed between 20.08.2018 – 16.09.2018. The reason for the closure is the integration of the Library of the Department of Geography into the Main Library – Science. During this time only a limited service can be offered. Further information will be announced at a later date. Persons with 24/7 […]


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Main Library – Science: Special Opening Hours in May & June

25. April 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

During the exam preparation time the Main Library – Science has special opening hours. The library is open on these weekends and bank holidays between 8am-8pm: 10. May (Ascension) 12./13. May 19./20./21. May (Pentecost) 26./27. May 2./3. June 9./10. June 16./17. June On these days only a limited service can be offered: no consultations, no […]


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Do you know SciFinder?

14. March 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

SciFinder is an essential tool for those interested in scientific information in the chemical and related disciplines. Not only is it possible to search by topic, but also by chemical structure, structural fragments, CAS number and many other search criteria, such as e.g. physical properties. You can find scientific publications, but also substances and reactions, […]


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JoVE – additional contents available for Biology

25. January 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

New in 2018, and for the moment limited to one year, the main library of the University of Zurich offers access to content from both areas of JoVE Video Journal and the Science Education Library with a focus on biology: Developmental Biology This collection includes videos on research studies in developmental biology – from the […]


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