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Selection of newly acquired books March 2024

A selection of newly acquired books, for the four subject areas Chemistry & Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Bridging Scientific Disciplines as well as Popular Science & Lifelong Learning, can be found online.

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Crash Courses Spring 2024

Do you want to save a lot of time during your research or Master's project? The Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy Information Center offers a wide range of valuable crash courses on scientific information retrieval and visualization: Text-based literature search with Scopus, visualization with PyMOL or ChemDraw, ChatGPT for many applications, networking with LinkedIn, information management with Obsidian or, the effective use of PubMed. There is something for you too!

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Book Exhibition: Get Inspired by Woman Scientists!

To celebrate the International Day of Women & Girls in Science on February 11, the Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy Information Center wants to bring attention to successful women scientists with a book exhibition, “Get Inspired by Women Scientists”. The day recognizes the role that women and girls play in science and technology.

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Coffee Lectures: The 31st series!

The Coffee Lectures of the Information Center Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy will take place again in 2024. Our 31st series of Coffee Lectures starts on February 27, 2024, and has one new topic.

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The book exchange cart is back!

Have you been given books that you don't want to keep but that others might like? Then use our book exchange cart in front of the entrance to the Information Center.

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Infozine No. 28 has been published!

The 28th Issue of our magazine Infozine is now available online, once again with a mix of News from the Info Center, the world of scientific communication and tips and tricks.

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Selection of newly acquired books December 2023

A selection of newly acquired books, for the four subject areas Chemistry & Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Bridging Scientific Disciplines as well as Popular Science & Lifelong Learning, can be found online.

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Christmas Tree in the Information Center

As every year, there is once again a Christmas tree from the Höngger forest in the Information Center. The fir tree is in the lounge, which is located on the H floor in the library.

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Selection of newly acquired books November 2023

A selection of newly acquired books, for the four subject areas Chemistry & Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Bridging Scientific Disciplines as well as Popular Science & Lifelong Learning, can be found online.

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ETH Zurich gets early access to Scopus AI

Scopus AI is a generative AI-enhanced research tool integrated into the Scopus to help navigate and understand academic content. ETH Zurich is one of four European institutions to receive early access.

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Selection of newly acquired books October 2023

A selection of newly acquired books, for the four subject areas Chemistry & Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Bridging Scientific Disciplines as well as Popular Science & Lifelong Learning, can be found online.

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Coffee Lectures: The 30th series!

The Coffee Lectures have been held at ETH Zurich since 2013. The 30th series of Coffee Lectures will start in October 2023. If you want to know how long the Coffee Lectures have been around, read here (German).

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Eschenmoser Collection at the Information Center

In July 2023, Prof. Albert Eschenmoser, who shaped the organic chemistry of the 20th century like no other, died at the age of 98. In 2017, he donated his most important books to the Information Center.

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Selection of newly acquired books June 2023

A selection of newly acquired books, for the four subject areas Chemistry & Pharmacy, Life Sciences, Bridging Scientific Disciplines as well as Popular Science & Lifelong Learning, can be found online.

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Opening hours: Summer 2023

During the learning and exam period, we will again offer extended opening hours in the evenings and on weekends. Read all the details here.

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