New E-Books: April 2017

These new titles are available online now:

Hermann, Klaus [Auth.] Crystallography and surface structure 2016
Harrison, Paul [Auth.] Quantum wells, wires and dots 2016
Walla, Peter Jomo [Auth.] Modern biophysical chemistry 2014
Butt, Hans-Juergen [Auth.]… Surface and interfacial forces 2010
Bersuker, Isaac B. [Auth.] Electronic structure and properties of transiti… 2010
Akasaka, Takeshi [Ed.]… Chemistry of nanocarbons 2010
Aifantis, Katerina E. [Ed.]… High energy density lithium batteries 2010
Chaplot, Samrath L. [Ed.]… Thermodynamic properties of solids 2010
Livingstone, David [Auth.] A practical guide to scientific data analysis 2009
Ridley, Damon D. [Auth.] Information retrieval : SciFinder 2009
Nakamoto, Kazuo [Auth.] Infrared and Raman spectra of inorganic and coordination compounds 2009
Ozawa, Kazunori [Ed.] Lithium ion rechargeable batteries 2009
Liu, Hansan [Ed.]… Electrocatalysis of direct methanol fuel cells 2009
Zehetbauer, Michael J. [Ed.]… Bulk nanostructured materials 2009
Ohser, Joachim [Auth.]… 3D images of materials structures 2009
Wolf, Edward L. [Auth.] Nanophysics and nanotechnology 2006
Gonzalo, Julio A. [Ed.]… Ferroelectricity 2005
Balluffi, Robert W. [Auth.]… Kinetics of materials 2005

22. April 2017: March for Science Berlin

marchscienceDer March for Science Berlin startet am 22. April 2017 um 13:00 Uhr vor der Humboldt-Universität (Unter den Linden 6).

Die weltweite Initiative March for Science betont den Wert von Wissenschaft und Forschung, insbesondere ihre Schlüsselrolle für eine offene und demokratische Gesellschaft. Anlässlich des Earth Day werden weltweit, auch in vielen Städten Deutschlands, Demonstrationen stattfinden.

http://marchforscienceberlin.de/

Die Allianz der Wissenschaftsorganisationen unterstützt den March for Science als “wichtiges und deutliches Zeichen für die Freiheit der Wissenschaft” (PDF).

Der Max-Planck-Präsident wird beim Münchner March for Science sprechen.

Trial: The Global Law Search Engine

We can access Global-Regulation.com during a trial period until 31 March 2018.

It is the largest search engine of legislation from around the world, providing access to more than 1.5 million laws and regulations from 78 countries. It contains more than 250.000 technical standards from over 100 world-leading standard-setting organizations.

The resource uses machine translation to translate legislation from non-English speaking countries to English.

https://www.global-regulation.com/