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Monthly Archives: July 2015
In July 1915, Sir Ronald Ross was appointed Consulting Physician on Tropical Diseases and was sent to Alexandria in Egypt for four months to research disease among the troops in the Dardanelles. In his report at the end of his … Continue reading
Want to let the Library know which journals are relevant to you? There’s one more week left to fill in our short survey (deadline is the 31 July). Surveys are specific to Faculty: EPH Survey ITD Survey PHP Survey Taking … Continue reading
On Friday 17th July, the Library will only be open from 8:30am to 12:00 noon. It will be closed for the rest of the day to allow staff to attend the School Picnic in Regents Park. We hope to see you there! … Continue reading
Apologies for the terrible pun in the title, but it’s hard to think of anything original when Apple have trademarked ‘there’s an app for that’! Access to eJournals is increasingly being done via mobile devices, whether it’s smartphone, tablet, or … Continue reading
Over the last three months library staff have been making the trip down to Egham and the University of London Depository Library (perhaps more familiarly known to Library users as the ‘Offsite Store’) to carry out a stock check of … Continue reading
Today, the London School of Tropical Medicine, marks the 89th year the school’s Foundation Stone was laid, using a custom made mallet and trowel, by future Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. It would be another three years until the school was … Continue reading