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This day in 1900 Max Planck published the first work on blackbody radiation, giving birth to Quantum Theory and ushering in a new era of physics. Learn more about Quantum Theory by checking this library book: http://search.lib.monash.edu/MUM:all_scope:catmum2110680560001752
Library databases are the oasis of scholarly information when you feel lost in the wilderness of research. Check out this article from Monash Library blog to learn more:
The term "meme" became popular in the age of social media, but do youknow it was coined in 1976 to explain the spread of cultural phenomena? https://search.credoreference.com/content/topic/memes
Troubles with procrastination? This hilarious talk by Tim Urban on the subject offers some interesting insights... and watching it buys you 14 minutes to put off doing something else
Happy birthday Mark Twain! (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) was born this day in 1835: https://search.credoreference.com/content/topic/twain_mark_1835_1910
In a big win for biologists and the Galapagos tourism industry, Darwin published "On The Origin of Species". https://search.credoreference.com/content/topic/darwin_charles_1809_1882
Have you watched "Thor: Ragnarok"? Here's a book in our collection detailing the Norse prophecy:
Renovation work is in full swing. If you are planning to visit the library in the next few days, remember that Level 3 of the Library (including Lounge, Contemplate and Learn areas) will be closed from Saturday 18 November to Friday 24 Nov 2017 to allow the contractors to carry out noisy construction work. We're sorry for the inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding. #renovation #campusmasterplan