Noreen and Kenneth Murray Library

KB Library

The Noreen and Kenneth Murray Library is now open for business. An official opening ceremony will take place later in the academic year, but staff, students and visitors to the University are all very welcome to use the Library now. The full range of library services is available. The new KB Café has also opened.

The library is situated at the heart of the King’s Buildings campus. Our vision is to create a place for study and learning, a place for meeting and discussion and a new focus for the intellectual and social life of the Campus.

Summer 2012 continues to be a busy time for colleagues involved in the transition. Information on library and study space opening and availability during this time is available by following the Latest News link below.

Undergraduate reading

Latest News

Keep up to date on the building project and other library changes.

Latest News

Campus from the South

Development Plans

Overview of the project.

Development Plans

KB Library

Project Schedules

Building and Library changes.

Project Schedules

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Images

Architects visualisations and latest images from the site.

Library Images

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Project Information

Overview of the KB Library project.

Project Information

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Fundraising

Help us achieve our vision.

Fundraising

Students Reading

Informal Study Spaces

A guide to the informal study spaces at the King's Buildings.

Informal Study Spaces

Ken and Noreen Murray

Noreen and Kenneth Murray

The library is named after two distinguished Edinburgh researchers.

Noreen and Kenneth Murray

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