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  • Professor Wolf's new book, "Quantum Nanoelectronics," now available

    Quantum Nanoelectronics: An introduction to electronic nanotechnology and quantum computing, is the first textbook to handle profitable new directions for nanotechnology, such as nanoelectronic aspects of ink-printed thin film solar cells and convenient hydrogen storage. From the publisher: The march of Moore's Law takes electronics to the molecular level, and indeed molecules are likely to be...

  • Library Hours Independence Day Weekend

    Please note that the library will be closed from Friday, July 3rd to Sunday, July 5th for the for the July 4th weekend.  The Dibner Library wishes you a happy and safe Independence Day weekend!

  • Enjoy the World Science Festival (at a discount!)

    The World Science Festival debuted last year, and it was such a success that it returns to New York from June 10 to 14. New York University is proud to be a leading partner of this celebration of scientific discovery. The festival will bring together dozens of Nobel laureates, artists and performers, researchers and scientists, authors, and policy makers for a range of events in venues on the NYU...

  • New Database: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    Want to be a rocket scientist? You're in luck! The Dibner Library is pleased to announce the addition of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) electronic library to its collection. Containing over four decades of technical information and documents, this database is the source for all things aerospace.  AIAA's seven technical journals feature original...

  • Hats off to our graduating student workers!

    The Dibner Library was a very busy place this past year. From September until the final exams were over last week, more than 260,000 people passed through the library gates to study, borrow books, do research, collaborate on projects or visit with friends. Among them were 30 School of Engineering students who were not just studying in the library, but actually working there. Throughout the...