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The collection

Collection

The Science and Engineering collection contains information on astronomy, biology, electrical engineering, computing science, materials science, environmental science, physics, chemistry, engineering and mathematics.

Most printed books and journals in this collection have recently been moved to the closed stacks of the University Library. Compulsory literature is still on location, also is the special collection of the Dutch Ornithological Union.

The collection consists of:

  • Books, journals and reference works
    Online or printed. The call numbers show where the publications can be found.
  • Theses
    Bachelor's and Master's theses are offered online and are only accessible to UG students and staff.
  • Digital sources
    The UG network allows for online access to several files. A selection of important files for Mathematics and Natural Sciences can be found in LibGuides (Science).
  • Dutch Ornithological Union (NOU, Nederlandse Ornithologische Unie)
    The Library manages the special book collection of the Dutch Ornithological Union.
Where can I find the publication I am looking for?

SmartCat shows all publications held by the University Library. Online publications are immediately accessible within the University; printed material can be ordered through SmartCat.

Compulsory literature

The UL Zernike aims to have copies of all the compulsory course literature for Economics and Business, Spatial Sciences and Science and Engineering in its collection. Are you a lecturer, and would you like the compulsive literature for your course(s) to be available in the Library? You can submit an acquisition request for compulsory literature. Doing so at least 5 weeks before the start of your course, allows us to process your request in time.

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