Eight copies of the new edition of Kuby Immunology (WH Freeman, 2013) is now available at 616.079 in Stack 6. There are also copies in the Short Loan Collection at the Library Desk to support DT204 exam prep use of this popular textbook.
For all chemistry students: copies of the new edition of Paula Bruice's Organic Chemistry (4th edition: 2013) are now available. Find the textbooks in Bookstack 5 at shelf number 547. A copy is also in the Short Loan Collection at the Library Desk if needed in a hurry for exam revision or assignment preparation. Any queries contact us at email@example.com
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Final year and postgrad project and dissertation resources: databases, journals, subject portals, ebooks and handouts for electrical, energy and electronic engineering are all available via the Library Guides links on the DIT library website. Any problems or queries contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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