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Science Literacy Week 2016: Science Fiction - From Idea to Invention

Sept 19-25, 2016 - events at UofT Libraries and UofT

Read Science... all over University of Toronto Libraries!

For Science Literacy 2016, University of Toronto Libraries will be hosting a wide variety of book displays inspired by this year’s theme "Science Fiction: From Idea to Invention":

Gerstein Science Information Centre - The Future is Now

OISE Library- Discovering Science (Fiction) & Innovation

John M. Kelly Library - Medieval Science

John M. Kelly Library - Science and Religion

Dental technology

All You Can Read: Fantastic Fiction About Food (Toronto Public Library)

These books were featured in a special Toronto Public Library display, "All you can read: fantastic fiction about food" and can be found in their library collections.  To borrow, you will need to visit a Toronto Public Library branch and use your own Toronto Public Library Card.

Curated by Kimberly Hull of the Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy.

Highlights from the Merril Collection at Lillian Smith Library  - Available for reference only (for use in the reading room):

UTSC Library - Science Literacy Week: Science Fiction