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Solving human problems through nature, a guide to Naturespace

Where can you go to find seeds, shells and a taxidermy Gila monster? The ASU Library’s Naturespace, now open at Hayden Library, offers access to an interactive natural history collection for students, faculty, staff and community. From engineering to design, the collection offers visitors the abilit...

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'Tempe Sister Cities' exhibit celebrates citizen diplomacy at ASU Noble Library

The ASU Library, in collaboration with Tempe Sister Cities and The Melikian Center: Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies, celebrates 50 years of citizen diplomacy in the Sister Cities program. Visitors to Noble Library on the Tempe campus can explore stories and photographs documenting the p...

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3 takeaways from the 2022 White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Anali Maughan Perry - Head, Open Science and Scholarly Communication It’s been an exciting first month of the semester, especially with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) releasing a memorandum on Ensuring Free, Immediate, and Equitable Access to Federally Funded Researc...

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Labriola Blog: Indigenizing the PHX Zine Fest

Labriola tabling at the PHX Zine Fest. The Phoenix Zine fest is an annual gathering for Do-It-Yourself enthusiasts who enjoy creating and printing their own magazines, comics, photography books, political pamphlets, and art. This ye...