As recent article in NYT discusses new findings in the FermiLab – The new effect hinges on the behavior of particularly strange particles called neutral B-mesons, which are famous for not being able to make up their minds. They oscillate back and forth trillions of times a second between their regular state and their […]

The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources resumed it’s Hearing May 12th, 2010 to review current issues related to offshore oil and gas development – you can view the archived webcast of  the Hearing.

Take a look at the US government response timeline.

Take a look  at the Deepwater Horizon Response site, which gives up to date news and video on how events are progressing.

Read the Globe’s article: Moderator’s skipped question on Gulf oil spill at Harper forum.

Datastream, a database of international economic, financial and stock price data, formerly housed in the David Lam Library, is now available in Koerner Library’s Humanities and Social Sciences Division (Level 2) on a standalone workstation.  This computer (Humanities 87) is located near the Reference Desk and the Current Journals.

May 17

Workshop on Taishan and Zhongshan Immigrants in North America

The UBC Asian Library is presenting a workshop on Taishan and Zhongshan immigrants in North America, for genealogists, students and scholars.  After guest speeches and opportunities to collaborate, participants will have the opportunity to tour the Asian Library and the Chung Collection.

See the Asian Library for more information.

HD6971.5 .C674 2010 David J. Corry & Courtenay M. Mercier, Negotiation: The Art of Mutual Gains Bargaining, 2d ed. (Aurora: Canada Law Book, 2010). HF5681.B2 L393 2010 Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, Lawyers’ Use of Financial Statements, 2010: Materials Prepared for the Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Lawyers’ Use of Financial Statements, Held in [...]

The Bloomberg terminal is now located in HA 191C, a bookable room in the Bruce R. Birmingham Centre for Undergraduate Education. The terminal will be housed in the room until mid-June, when it will be moved into the new computer lab being developed in Henry Angus 119.

Bloomberg is a financial and investment analysis resource which is licensed for access by current UBC students, faculty, and staff only. You can book the room, retrieve the key, and get the current password from the Sauder Help Desk in Henry Angus 391. If you need an orientation on using Bloomberg, please contact a David Lam Librarian.

Need help with business research during the Lam Library closure? Consult with a Lam Librarian in person between 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday at Koerner Library’s reference desk. We are also available by phone or email. Check out our Contact Us page for the most up-to-date information on how to reach us.


After more than six years of existence, Google Scholar (GS) finally adds email alert feature, thank you very much…
If you are using GS, it is a very useful feature, allowing you to keep up to date with any new research that you searched for. The vast majority of our databases allow you to do so […]

The newest crop of 2010 Earth and Ocean Science Undergraduate Honours Theses and Reports are now available online on cIRcle, the UBC Library’s Digital Repository.
Below is a list of 2010 submissions.
Waste Solutions for Metro Vancouver
Ho, Anthony; MacDonald, Jessica; Lam, Clement; Dean, Monika; Lai, Joseph; Lu, Nan; Sim, Nari (2010-05-07)
Effects of Triclosan on a Detrital-Based, Aquatic […]

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