Letters to a Young Scientist

From the Shelf…

For work…

Sackler School Biomedical Resources Guide

Electronic Resource: Sackler School Biomedical Sciences Resource Guide

Location: http://researchguides.library.tufts.edu/biomedical_research

The redesign of the library’s website eliminated pages dedicated to each school in favor of individual ‘guides’.  You can access the Sackler School Biomedical Sciences Resource Guide either directly via the link above or by choosing ‘Biomedical Sciences’ from the Find drop-down menu on the HHSL homepage (http://hirshlibrary.tufts.edu/).  This guide includes resources for finding journal articles, chemical and drug information, and protocols.  The guide also links to other library guides of interest.  I will be modifying this guide over the summer to ensure that it provides easy access to library resources.  Please contact me (laura.pavlech@tufts.edu) with any questions or suggestions!

And leisure…

Letters to a Young Scientist

Letters to a Young Scientist, by Edward O. Wilson

Location: HHSL Book Stacks, Sackler, 5th Floor, QH 31 W64 S4 2013

Pulitzer-Prize winning biologist and Harvard emeritus professor Edward O. Wilson shares advice and autobiographical anecdotes from his long career.  The author of several books on entomology and conservation, as well as memoir, Wilson was name one of Time magazine’s 25 most influential Americans in 1995.