McMaster University Library celebrates STEM

From a first edition of Sir Isaac Newton’s Opticks, to the innovative programming in Thode Makerspace, to helping students explore storytelling as a form of science communication, McMaster University Library has a wealth of unique archives, spaces and expertise dedicated to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

Throughout 2019, the Library, together with partners in the Faculties of Science and Engineering as well as the Health Sciences Library, will be shining a light on these and many other archival collections and resources during a special year of programming aimed at celebrating the ways in which the Library supports research, teaching and learning related to STEM. Events will be updated regularly - see below for details. 


McMaster University Library celebrates STEM

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