Skip navigation
The Australian National University

When you study biochemistry you investigate not only how chemical reactions of substances in living systems occur, but when combined with molecular biology and organic, inorganic, or physical chemistry, you can understand such topics as how living things obtain energy from food, the chemical basis of heredity, and what fundamental changes occur in disease. A […]

Filed under: Library news archive
by: Patrick Byrnes @ 2:20 pm

To support the current teaching, learning, and research needs of the ANU Social Sciences and Humanities community, a number of significant resources were purchased by the Library in 2013. An online guide to the new books, journals, e-resources, and databases in the Social Sciences & Humanities collection is available via the Library website. For more information […]

Filed under: Library news archive
by: Patrick Byrnes @ 2:17 pm

ANU students and staff can access a wealth of new resources via Mass Observation III, a collection within the Mass Observation Online e-resource. The Mass Observation III collection further supplements coverage of the war-years and for the first time includes personal writing material from the post-war years. The new resources available via Mass Observation III […]

Filed under: Library news archive
by: Patrick Byrnes @ 11:49 am

The legendary British wartime Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, once said “History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it.” A scholar in his own right, Churchill was keenly aware that an abiding knowledge of history was crucial to understanding and dealing with the turbulent times he lived in. And so it is […]

Filed under: Library news archive
by: Mark Huppert @ 2:46 pm

Updated: 9 April 2015/ Responsible Officer: University Librarian / Page Contact: Library Systems & Web Coordinator