New Exhibit: Collages by Peresada

Let the warm and inviting artwork of Peresada welcome you in to Kresge Physical Sciences Library at Dartmouth College. Each of her unique collages contain recycled and found materials. The artist sees the world in repositioned images where simplicity and balance dominate. Peresada studied at RAA, apprenticed with Italian master teacher Benediccio Ferrala, and worked…


Altmetric’s Top 100 Articles of 2015

Today, Altmetric unveiled its Top 100 list of the most shared and discussed academic research of 2015:  The ranking is determined based on which research papers published in the last year have received the most attention from the sources tracked by Altmetric – including mainstream media sites, Wikipedia, blogs, social networks, post-publication peer-review forums, and…


New Exhibit: Paintings by Jonathan Rose

Kresge Library is excited about our new art exhibit we installed for Fall term. Come and view the exceptional works by Jonathan Rose of North Thetford, Vermont. Many of these are new pieces, and include large, beautiful paintings of local areas such as the Cornish Fair in New Hampshire, and Treasure Island on Lake Fairlee

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Also, remember to leave your message on the Kresge Graffiti Wall … funny, thoughtful, ironic, salty, whatever’s on your mind. Let the ’19s know what it’s like!

pi day

Happy Pi Day!

Pi Day this year is especially significant because of the sequential digits and strategically placed separators! 3.14.15 9:26:53 Read more about it around the internet: All Things Pi ( Wackiest Celebrations (Time) Making Pies for Pi Day (NPR) Irrational Exuberance (Scientific American) Pi Day of the Century (Inside Higher Ed) Pi Day Is Party Day…

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society volume 1

Happy 350th Philosophical Transactions!

Happy 350th Birthday to the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society first published on 6th March 1665. This seminal work includes the following important papers, as reported by Charles Lusty, Head of Publishing Operations for the Royal Society. The gruesome account of an early blood transfusion (1666) The paper that proved Einstein right (1920) Stephen…