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Read the latest issue of Margin, the ANU College of Business and Economics’ magazine, to hear how three of their academics, each from a different research school, have been using the Noel Butlin Archives Centre (NBAC) business records. The business and Labour archives of the NBAC are a national treasure.

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by: Sally Haysom @ 9:05 am

Hancock Library foyer 1 September – 31 October The new ‘Inorganic Chemistry’ display, featuring resources from the ANU Library collection, is on display in the Hancock Library foyer until 31 October. Come in and see how these molecules fit into everyday life.

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by: Sally Haysom @ 2:35 pm

The ANU Library is delighted to accept a donation of works by Gabriel García Márquez, from Her Excellency Dr Clemencia Forero-Ucros, Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia to Australia. Winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature, Márquez was a Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter, and journalist of extraordinary talent. He is best known for […]

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by: Sally Haysom @ 10:19 am

Applications are now open for the ANU Publication Subsidy Fund. This Fund provides financial assistance (generally up to $2,500) to ANU staff or students for the commercial publication of their academic research results that are unable, or unlikely to be published by an independent commercial publisher without financial assistance. The Fund supports publications by ANU […]

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by: Sally Haysom @ 3:57 pm

Menzies Library is privileged to have on display Guy Boyd’s beautiful bronze sculpture, Mother and Child. The sculpture was created in 1969 and donated to the University through the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2001. The University has been searching for a suitable location for the sculpture, and the Menzies Library is thrilled to have […]

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by: Sally Haysom @ 2:08 pm

Wednesday 17 September Academics and researchers are invited to explore SAGE Research Methods at one of two hands-on demonstrations. You will be shown how to search and navigate the site, and be introduced to the main features including Methods Map, Methods List, Methodspace, and case studies repository. Each demonstration will wrap up with a Q&A session […]

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by: Patrick Byrnes @ 3:34 pm

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