The Science & Engineering Libraries are pleased to announce that the new Science & Engineering Library at Columbia University opened in the Northwest Corner Building on January 18, 2011. The new library focuses on research support for the fields of chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy, and psychology, as well as providing a collaborative environment supporting rapidly expanding interdisciplinary science and engineering research. The library features seating and study spaces for 345 students and researchers with spectacular views of the Columbia campus and Morningside Heights.
The Science & Engineering Library is also home to the Digital Science Center, where high-end computers are specially equipped with software and hardware to support teaching, learning, and research in the science and engineering disciplines.
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