The Science Library houses research materials in the fields of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering/Technology, Environmental Sciences, Geology, Nursing, Psychology, and Physics. The collections include books, journals, newspapers, maps, reference materials, and oversized materials.
The extensive Map Collection is located on the ground floor of the Science Library in Room G-02. The collections include topographic and thematic maps, charts, atlases, soil surveys, geological publications, globes, gazetteers, and other cartographic reference materials. The Map Room provides table space for individuals and groups to consult maps and atlases. It is also equipped with a light table and a drafting table. A computer is available to access the BU Libraries catalog and databases. Maps and atlases may be borrowed.
The Science Library Reference Collection, located on the first floor, contains fact books, manuals, standards, encyclopedias, dictionaries, writing guides and more. These materials are helpful for background research and to provide supporting information.
Science Library Reader Services Desk
Students, Staff and Faculty are encouraged to make the Science Library Reader Services Desk their first stop when making inquiries about resources and services offered by the library. The Science Library Reader Services Desk is located on the first floor of the Science Library. You can contact the Science Library Reader Services Desk at 777-2166.
Research and Reference Help
Research Assistance Services provide help in identifying and accessing an extensive range of print and electronic resources for teaching, learning and research. Research assistance is provided virtually via email and chat. Science subject librarians, located in the Science Library, are available for personal consultations regarding specialized resources, specific assignments or other research needs. For more information, visit Ask a Librarian.
Study space is available throughout the Science Library. Designated quiet study space is located in individual study carrels on all floors.
The Sustainability Hub is a physical and virtual space that promotes campus research and pedagogy while also providing information, resources, education, programming and outreach on sustainability-related topics for the campus and local community. The Sustainability Hub seeks to support the long-term cultivation of a campus-wide culture where sustainability efforts are valued, recognized and easily accessible.
Physically based out of the Science Library foyer, it is currently home to the Science Library Seed Library and the Sustainability Book Collection. It also showcases student research and provides information from student groups and other resources related to sustainability.
The Sustainability Hub also has an online guide that contains sustainability information, resources, videos, events and more, as well as a dedicated section in the Binghamton University Online Repository (the ORB).
Any comments, questions and/or interests in collaborating can be sent to the Sustainability Hub coordinators at email@example.com.