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Frank Sayre and Chuck Muscoplat

Through the University of Minnesota’s MN-REACH program, University librarians have become integral members of research teams — expanding the role of 21st century librarians and helping University of Minnesota faculty transform their discoveries into products that improve the health of people around the world. Read More >>

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Meet our new female skeleton model

We needed to find the perfect name for our new female skeleton - AND WE DID!!! We asked you to select her name by voting on your favorite option. Over 2,455 votes came in and the winner is...

The Secret Lives of Books exhibit opens September 18

The Wangensteen Historical Library's new exhibit — "The Secret Lives of Books" — reveals the past and present secret lives of books and tells their captivating stories of health, illness, and the human experience. In an evolving exhibit experience, guest-curated exhibit vignettes will be changed each month to reveal more stories about rare books and their intersections with current events, historical experiences, and the research programs at the University of Minnesota.
Researchers working at computers.

Register today for the UMD Data Management Workshop

Join the University Libraries for in-depth training that will help you learn data management best practices, write competitive grant proposals, and prepare datasets for preservation, sharing, and re-use. This custom one-day workshop is open to all UMD College of Pharmacy, Medical School, and Integrated Biosciences faculty, graduate students, and research support staff.
17th century sheet music from the binding of Phytognomonica (1588)

#SingYourBinding

Curators of the Wangensteen Historical Library recently discovered that their copy of Phytognomonica (1588) was bound in a sheet of music - likely from the 17th century. This music was brought to life by Victoria Fraser, a soprano and specialist in early, sacred music, who sang three passages that were included in the book binding.
‘How health info savvy are you?’ exhibit

We’re going to the Fair!

Join the University of Minnesota Libraries at the Minnesota State Fair where you can test your health information knowledge, identify weird — and frightening — medical instruments of the past, and test your health I.Q. Our events take place on August 23 and September 3.