Even the most skilled and advanced researchers in the world need to be able to access other information to support their work. So, when researchers at Oak Ridge National Lab need a journal article or technical manuscript, they know where to go: the ORNL library.
The library was established in 1943, with a history dating back to around the same time as the inception of the Manhattan Project, said Anna Galyon (MSIS ’09), the library’s manager and a School of Information Sciences alumna.
“I think I work in one of the coolest places in the world. The lab does cutting … Read more “Alum Anna Galyon on Working at One of the ‘Coolest Places in the World’ – ORNL’s Library”