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In short, most people experience access limitations based on the network to which their computer is connected. Below is a quick breakdown of what can be accessed from various networks.

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When Bitten by a Tarantula, Keep Calm and Dance On

This particular illustration of a tarantula does not look like the large, furry tarantulas from the theraphosidea family that we have come to know and love (or run screaming from, as the case may be).
WUSM bulletin, 1949

Washington University School of Medicine bulletins.

Over one hundred years of Washington University School of Medicine annual bulletins are now available online in Becker Library’s Digital Commons.
Barnes Hospital Main Entrance

Barnes Hospital Centennial Exhibit

After more than seven years of planning, and three years of construction, Barnes Hospital opened on December 7, 1914 at a cost of 1.25 million dollars, nearly all of which was privately funded.

Fixing Broken Books

While well-constructed books can and do endure centuries’ worth of careful use, old books will inevitably show signs of aging, and can often benefit from careful conservation.

36th Historia Medica Lecture - Cultural Meanings of the Dwarf Body

Dwarfs have been popular objects in art, literature, and society since the Renaissance, but their bodies have had different symbolic meanings over the centuries

Cardinals care, the winter Blues, and Hope for children

In the heart of winter many people in St. Louis hope for a winter warm-up and look forward to a sunny spring ... and baseball.

An Incunabulum at the Becker Library

One of the treasures in the library’s rare book collection is a 1497 copy of Niccolò Leoniceno’s Libellus de Epidemia.  Leoniceno (1424-1524) was a professor of medicine at the University of Ferrara, and is probably most well-known for his attacks on the classical author Pliny.

35th Historia Medica Lecture: Race, Medicine, Authorship and the ‘Discovery’ of Sickle Cell Disease, 1910-1911.

Speaker: Todd L. Savitt, PhD Lecture Title: Race, Medicine, Authorship and the ‘Discovery’ of Sickle Cell Disease, 1910-1911. Location: Bernard Becker Medical Library, King Center, 7th floor Time: Thursday, January 9, 2014, 4:30 pm