Skip to main content

Biological and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Students Library Guide: Home

A guide on library services, research, resources and more

Welcome

This guide offers an overview of the services and resources available to Cornell graduate students doing research in the life sciences. The tools presented here should help you do your research and write that thesis.  If you have any questions about any of this, please feel free to contact us.

XKCD comic showing two stick figures talking: "The problem with scientists is that you take the wonder and beauty out of everything by trying to analyze it." Voice from off panel: "Dude!" Third figure running up: "My plasmoidal slime molds have heightened pigment production! Check out that yellow color! That actually makes them zinc-resistant. Amazing, huh?" "It looks like dog barf" "Hah, yeah! F. Septica is nicknamed 'dog vomit slime mold.' Cool, huh? Check out my slides!" "Okay, nevermind; what's wrong with scientists is that you do see wonder and beauty in everything. Oh God, it's moving!" "It wants to hug you! So cute!"

About Mann

mann logo

Albert R.
Mann Library

mann-ref@cornell.edu
(607) 255-5406

Mann Library supports the instruction, research, and extension programs of Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and College of Human Ecology.

No matter where you are in the research process, we encourage you to ask for information consulting services. Email us your question or request a consultation. Reference librarians are here to assist.

Veterinary Librarian

Kelly Johnson's picture
Kelly Johnson
Contact:
S1 204 Schurman Hall
607-253-3515

Contact Information

Erin Eldermire's picture
Erin Eldermire
Contact:
Flower/Sprecher Library

Veterinary Education Center

Phone: 607.253.3499