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Information Resources in Physics: Overview

Lists major resources for physics research.

Research Consultations

Need help locating information on a topic? Can't find a specific article? Have a question, but not a lot of time?


Contact the library for quick answers or an in-depth research appointment.

For Assistance, Please Contact

Lauren Gala

Science and Digital Initiatives Librarian
Head Math/Physics/Astronomy Library

milaur@upenn.edu

(215) 746 0228


...or stop by the Math/Physics/Astronomy Library in Room 3N1 David Rittenhouse Laboratory.

Welcome!

Galactic Center

Welcome!

This guide is an introduction to the many information resources about physics and astronomy available through the Penn Libraries.

Please note that these are not comprehensive lists of physics and astronomy resources!

Image: Galactic Center
The Galactic Center and the surrounding Central Molecular Zone comprise the most active star formation region in the Milky Way...
(Image Created by Adam Ginsburg:Univ of Colorado - Boulder, Courtesy of Dr. James Aguirre)

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