At a glance

Robin Li and Melissa Ma Science Library

Please note

During spring break the building and Science Library will be closed to all patrons and Stanford affiliates, including those with after-hours access.  Closure dates include: Saturday, March 25th - Sunday, April 2nd.   The building and the library will reopen on Monday, April 3rd.

Latest print books in the Science Library

  1. Kenneth S. Saladin (Georgia College) ; digital authors, Christian A. Gan (Highline Community College), Heather N. Cushman (Tacoma Community College). 2018

  2. Cecie Starr, Christine A. Evers, Lisa Starr. 2018

  3. John P.J. Pinel & Steven J. Barnes (University of British Columbia). 2018

  4. Marc M. Triola, MD, FACP (New York University School of Medicine), Mario F. Triola (Dutchess Community College), Jason Roy, PHD (University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine). 2018

  5. Ron Larson (The Pennsylvania State University, The Behrend College), Bruce Edwards (University of Florida). 2018

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Sneak peek - library opens January 9, 2017

Sapp Center for Science Teaching and Learning
Sapp Center for Science Teaching and Learning banner
Collaborative space on 2nd floor
Collaborative space on 2nd floor - interior view
Main service room
Library donor plaque at entrance on 3rd floor
Circulation desk and reserve cabinet
Looking up in main service room
Study tables near windows
Shelving on 3rd floor
Chairs near stairs
Soft seating on 4th floor
Book shelving on 4th floor
Looking down on main service room
Training room on 4th floor
Skylight on 4th floor
Sapp Center - First floor
Sapp Center - Second floor
Sapp Center - Third floor
Sapp Center - Fourth floor
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Building hours

The building is unlocked on Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:59pm.  Beginning at 5pm on weekdays and on the weekend, the doors to the building are locked and a Stanford ID is required to enter the building.  Please do not let others in with you after swiping your Stanford ID card. Card readers are located on the first floor (left side entrance door) and 2nd floor courtside (right entrance door).

During spring break the building and library will be closed to all patrons and Stanford affiliates, including those with after-hours access.