The library of the Biology Department is located at two sites which focus on differing topics and aspects:
Biology Department Library / location BGBM
Address Botanical Museum, 1st Floor
Telephone +49 30 838-50191
Opening hours Semester
Mo-Fr 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Magazine Library 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mo-Fr 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The BGBM library is primarily intended to meet research and archive requirements. It contains specialized, scientific and older basic literature and study literature as well as one copy of each current course book for use in the reading room.
Library code: 188/827
In the FU-catalogue the relevant volumes are listed with the location ‘magazine’ or ‘reading room’.
Further items of the Biology department library are available as reference books at special locations (e.g. neurobiology, applied zoology and systematic botany). These items are marked accordingly in the FU catalogue and are indicated by ‘available on request’.
In such cases users should ask for the exact location and availability at the reading room desk of the BGBM using the telephone number (030 838 50 191).
Biology Department Library / location Campus Library
Address Fabeckstraße 23-25
Telephone +49 30 838 56384
Opening hours Mo-Fr 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sa-So 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The main focus of the Campus Library is as a place of learning for students. Here you can find current study literature and basic (background) literature. It is part of one of the bigger thematic focus of the natural sciences and mathematics of the Campus Library. Additionally, the location provides groups also working places and rooms.
Library code: 930
In the FU-catalogue the relevant volumes are listed with the location ‘Campus Library’.
The Campus Library of Natural Sciences, Cultural Studies and Educational Sciences, Mathematics, Informatics and Psychology has been open since Monday 20, April 2015.
- Use of the Departmental Library of Biology (in German)
- Classification (in German)
- Register of Classification (in German)
- Library of the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum
Responsible for this page: Norbert Kilian & Sabine Webner