If you are unable to locate material within Queen Mary, University of London Library Services, the following libraries are of relevance to those studying the Mathematical Sciences:
- The British Library
Use Explore the British Library to search the British Library's collections, including their Science Collection. The British Library is a reference library, and the Library is located in St Pancras, London (see finding the British Library). Queen Mary staff, researchers and students can apply directly for reference access (see registering for a Readers Pass)
- The London Mathematical Society Library and Archives
Housed at University College London (UCL), the LMS Library is integrated with the Mathematics section of the University College London (UCL) Science Library. UCL Library Services membership information can be viewed here.
- The Royal Astronomical Society Library
Use the RAS Catalogue to search their collections, covering astronomy and geophysics. Access is by appointment only.
Please check on opening hours and access arrangements before you visit other libraries.
Please see the Queen Mary Library Services using other libraries information page for more information about using other libraries, together with links to other library catalogues.