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Biology: General biology | Molecular biology | Evolution | Ecology | Neuroscience | Human physiology

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Mathematics & Statistics: Mathematics | Statistics | Applied mathematics | Big data | Data mining | Mathematics and computing | Operations research

Science: Minorities in science/engineering | Women in science/engineering |

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New print books: February 1-28, 2021

 

QA1 .A3 V.84 Various Aspects of Multiple Zeta Functions, Hidehiko Mishou, and Kohji Matsumoto. 2020. Various aspects of multiple zeta functions: in honor of professor Kohji Matsumoto's 60th birthday. Advanced studies in pure mathematics (Tokyo, Japan); 84. [Tokyo]: Mathematical Society of Japan.
QA403 .H215 2020 Kenig, Carlos E., Fanghua Lin, Svitlana Mayboroda, and Tatiana Toro. 2020. Harmonic analysis and applications. IAS/Park City mathematics series; v. 27. Providence: American Mathematical Society.
QA482 .A47 2020 Alsina, Claudi, and Roger B. Nelsen. 2020. A cornucopia of quadrilaterals. Dolciani mathematical expositions; no. 55. Providence, Rhode Island: MAA Press, an imprint of the American Mathematical Society.
QC19.2 .C586 2014 Clay Mathematics Institute, Kurusch Ebrahimi-Fard, José I. Burgos Gil, and Dominique Manchon. 2020. Amplitudes, Hodge theory and ramification: from periods and motives to Feynman amplitudes : 2014 Clay Institute Summer School : periods and motives : Feynman amplitudes in the 21st century, Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas, Madrid, Spain, June 30-July 25, 2014. Clay mathematics proceedings; v. 21. Providence, RI: Published by the American Mathematical Society for the Clay Mathematics Institute.
QH76.5 .O7 B94 2020 Byers, Bruce Arden. 2020. The view from Cascade Head: lessons for the biosphere from the Oregon coast. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.
QH324.9 .M28 B56 V.34 Berliner, Lawrence J., Jacques Reuben, and N. Rama Krishna. 1978. Measuring oxidants and oxidative stress in biological systems. Biological magnetic resonance, v.34. New York: Plenum Press. New York: Plenum Press. Also digital.
QH541 .R355 2021 Rees, Paul A. 2021. Key questions in ecology: a study and revision guide. Wallingford, Oxfordshire; Boston, MA: CABI.
QL696 .A5 E27 2020 Earley, Chris. 2020. Waterfowl of eastern north America, 2nd ed. Buffalo, New York; Richmond Hill, Ontario: Firefly Books.
SF105 .M34 2020 Porter, Valerie, and I. L. Mason. 2020. Mason's world dictionary of livestock breeds, types and varieties, 6th ed. Wallingford, Oxfordshire; Boston, MA: CABI.

Archived new books lists

Science Library new acquisitions archive January 2021 - present

Science Library new acquisitions archive 2020

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

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