Friday, 27 November 2009

More ebooks in Kevin St Library

The following ebook titles are now available. Access via the Library Catalogue (use Title search) or the Library Website (use the MyiLibrary collection).

  • Wind Energy in the 21st Century: Redlinger
  • Wind Energy Systems: Stiebler
  • Wind Energy Fundamentals: Sathyajith
  • Four Laws that Govern The Universe: Atkins
  • Universe of Atoms: Silverman
  • Physics for Game Programming: Palmer
  • Atoms Molecules and Compounds: Manning

Note: If you are working from a laptop or outside the network you will need your staff/student number and your Library Pin.

Friday, 20 November 2009

New ebook titles now available

New ebooks ordered by Kevin St Library include the following titles just in:

  1. Advances in Hydrogen Energy

  2. Sustainable Development & Innovation in the Energy Sector

  3. Photovoltaic Solar Energy Generation

  4. Solar Electric Power Generation:Photovoltaic Systems

  5. Offshore Wind Energy: Research on Environmental Impacts

  6. Fueling our Future: Introduction to Sustainable Energy

  7. Sustainability Science & Engineering: Defining Principles.

  8. Light, Water, Hydrogen: Solar Generation of Hydrogen

  9. Emerging Environmental Technologies.

  10. Vision 2050 Roadmap for a Sustainable Earth

  11. Post-Oil Energy Technology: World's First Solar Hydrogen Power Plant

  12. Biofuels. Wiley Series in Renewable Resources.

  13. Fuel Cells: Modeling, Control, and Applications

  14. Solar Energy: Renewable Energy and the Environment
Access via the DIT Library website (click on MyiLibrary) or search by title on the DIT Library catalogue. More ebooks are due in next week....

Thursday, 19 November 2009

New Titles in Short Loan

New copies of the following books are now available in Short Loan:
  1. Boyle: Renewable Energy: 2nd ed

  2. Reed: Illustrated Pathology: 4th ed.

  3. Rashid: Power electronics: 3rd ed.

  4. Deitel: Java How to Program: 8th ed

Friday, 6 November 2009

Cure for blindness?

TCD researchers have developed a gene therapy for mice which could be used to treat diseases that cause blindness in humans. Scientists in Dublin have developed a treatment that has reversed a form of blindness in mice. Although not yet ready for use in humans, the experiment shows that it may soon be possible to cure some of the most common forms of blindness.
Prof Jane Farrar, of the Smurfit Institute of Genetics at Trinity College Dublin, led the research, which was published last week in the journal Human Gene Therapy .

Thursday, 5 November 2009

World Information System for Renewable Energy

Wire is provided by the International Solar Energy Society and offers a suite of information resources and tools for the renewable energy student and community including news and research projects.

Details include country stats, conference proceedings papers and an image library.