Daniel E. Noble Science and Engineering Library

The Noble Science Library, located on Tyler Mall, houses the collections for astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, geography, geology, industry standards, maps, mathematics, medicine and physics. These collections include approximately 425,000 volumes; 1,200 print and several thousand electronic journal subscriptions; 210,000 sheet maps and 20,500 aerial photographs. Additionally, the library has open and enclosed study spaces for both individuals and groups.

The library is named in honor of Daniel E. Noble, a technical innovator and inventor who is known as the “father of Arizona industry.” Noble worked at Motorola for more than 30 years and is credited with designing the first frequency-modulated mobile communication systems.

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