Li and Ma Science Library updates during the COVID-19 pandemic

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.

Some loan periods have been extended in response to COVID-19. To check the status of your items, please check My Account. If you have questions use the "Ask Us" link or email the Science Library.

The Science Library outdoor book drop is temporarily closed. To return your books, please use one of the open outdoor book drops or by mail. The central return address for all Stanford Libraries:

   Cecil H. Green Library
   Access Services Dept.
   557 Escondido Mall
   Stanford, CA 94305-6063

 Please include your name and contact information with the package. We recommend you use a carrier that allows you to track and insure the materials.

New print books: November 16-29, 2020


QA182 .Z34 2019

Zagrebnov, Valentin. 2019. Gibbs semigroups. Operator theory, advances and applications; v. 273. Cham, Switzerland: Birkhäuser. Also digital.

QA303.2 .H86 2017 V.2

Humpherys, Jeffrey, Tyler Jamison Jarvis, and Emily J. Evans. 2017. Foundations of applied mathematics. Philadelphia : Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

QA614.8 .I55 2020 V.1-2

Donagi, Ron, Tony Shaska, and Emma Previato. 2020. Integrable systems and algebraic geometry: a celebration of Emma Previato's 65th birthday. London Mathematical Society lecture note series; 458-459. Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press. Also digital.

QA649 .B44 2020

Beggs, Edwin J., and Shahn Majid. 2020. Quantum Riemannian geometry. Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften ; 355. Cham, Switzerland : Springer. Also digital.

QH315 .T84 2020

Tveten, Michael. 2020. Biology stories: 50 stories for teaching and learning biology. Storytelling for teaching and learning. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

QL568 .F7 W653 2020

Wilson, Edward O. 2020. Tales from the ant world. New York, N.Y.: Liveright Publishing Corporation.

QP801 .P64 M33 2019

Harris, J. Robin, and Jon Marles-Wright. 2019Macromolecular protein complexes II: structure and function. Sub-cellular biochemistry; v. 93. Cham, Switzerland: Springer. Also digital.

T55 .J46 2020 Safety

Jensen, Roger C. 2020. Risk-reduction methods for occupational safety and health, 2nd ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

TX651 .M93 2012 F Reference

Myhrvold, Nathan, Maxime Bilet, and Melissa Lehuta. 2012. Modernist cuisine at home. Bellevue, WA: Cooking Lab.


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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