Julie, You could call a physical sciences library and ask who they use. In New England, we have MIT Libraries and UMass Amherst. I'm sure there are some very good ones in your area, as well. —Jeannine Solving your problems. Saving your time. Jeannine Cyr Gluck, MLS, AHIP Director of the Library Eastern Connecticut Health Network 71 Haynes St. Manchester, CT 06040 [log in to unmask] 860-647-6853 See our website: echnlibrary.libguides.com. Use the library from anywhere—ask us about Athens single logon solution. -----Original Message----- From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Julie Stielstra Sent: Monday, November 09, 2015 4:15 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: REF: vendor for "hard sciences" texts Was asked about a source for texts in physics / astrophysics - kinda out of my scope! Not sure how well Rittenhouse / Majors / Matthews covers those areas; anyone have suggestions for a vendor with that specialty? Thanks! -- Julie Stielstra, MLS Manager, Libraries of Northwestern Medicine West Region Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital 25 N Winfield Rd Winfield, IL 60190 phone 630-933-4536 fax 630-933-4530 email jstielstra [ at ] gmail.com "A good day is when nobody shows up and you don't have to go anywhere." - Burt Shavitz "This message originates from Eastern Connecticut Health Network. The information contained in this message may be privileged and confidential. If you are the intended recipient, you must maintain this message in a secure and confidential manner. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and destroy this message. Thank you."