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Lost & Found
Blommer's "lost and found" box is at the Circulation Desk.
Several times each semester, we transfer unclaimed valuables to the University's lost-and-found in the Department of Public Safety.
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Welcome to Blommer Science Library
Blommer Science Library is located on the third floor of the Reiss Science Building. Blommer provides information and research services for undergraduate and graduate programs in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, and physics. Some 60,000 books and journals are housed in Blommer, and a large portion of our collection is available electronically. Older science materials are housed in Lauinger Library, Riggs Library, and an off-campus shelving facility.
The Library opened on September 20, 1962, and bears the name of Henry J. Blommer
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New Science Resources
Please welcome our newest database, Environment Complete.
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