The Godfrey Lowell Cabot Science Library is Harvard University's principal general science library, with special emphasis on research collections in mathematics, statistics, geology, psychology, plant molecular biology, and science-related interdisciplinary studies.
Cabot serves as a hub for science research and education, connecting students and faculty with experts beyond their academic departments. Through flexible spaces and creative services Cabot Library has been redesigned to be welcoming and inclusive, and to inspire reflection, study, collaboration, experimentation, playfulness, and discovery.
Cabot underwent extensive renovations in 2017, reopening in April with new collaborative spaces, a cafe, video studios, an active learning classroom and more. You can read an article about the renovation published in the Harvard Gazette here.