Libraries play an essential role in local communities by providing access to information and resources, supporting literacy and education, promoting lifelong learning, and serving as a community gathering space.
|Books||600 books available in the reference library of the Centre.|
|Journals||Science, Nature, Scientific American, Briefings in Bioinformatics, Bioinformatics, Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, Nature Chemical Biology, Cell, Bioinformatics Trends, Current Science, Chem informatics|
|Magazines||Linux for U, PC Quest, PC World, Chip, Biospectrum|
|Access to E-Journals||The Centre, through the University network has access to UGC Infonet Journals, Science Direct, Blackwell Publishers, EBSCO Databases|