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Agricultural & Biological Engineering Resources

The following are selected resources that are available at Fogler Library or on the Internet. If you have questions about finding information related to Agricultural & Biological Engineering, please contact the Science and Engineering Center at 581-1691 or email Martin Wallace. Or use our Ask a Librarian service.

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Indexes & Databases for Locating Journal Articles Professional Societies & Research Organizations
News Sources & Newspaper Indexes Government Agencies
Library Catalogs Maine Organizations
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias Biography & History
Handbooks, Manuals, & Other Reference Works Citation Guides, Writing Manuals & Evaluation Criteria
Standards & Specifications Consider Engineering
Patents Graduate School, Postdoctoral Studies, Careers, Jobs, & Internships
Company & Product Directories Grant & Funding Sources
Selected Internet Sites


Use these databases to locate citations or full text for journal articles, conference papers, technical reports and theses in bioengineering. Once you have located relevant articles, search URSUS by journal or book title to determine if Fogler Library owns the item. We may own journals in print or online or both formats. Need to check the record listed as Serials (for print holdings) and E-Serials (for electronic holdings). Must click on the "Restricted Access UM" link to see the online holdings. If we do not own the item you need, consider requesting through Interlibrary Loan. Remember most of the articles listed in these databases cannot be located by using a regular web browser such as Google. These databases provide the means to locating scholarly research articles.

Tips for Searching:

  • Use truncation to allow for the various spellings of a word. Truncation symbol for most databases is the * (asterisk). For example: Comput* will retrieve: computer, computing, computers, computational, etc.
  • Use double quotes to search for an exact phrase: "wave energy" will retrieve much more precise results. Searching without quotes in most databases yields a search for - wave and energy. Finds the words anywhere in the same record not as a phrase.
  • Check the length of the article. Would probably not want to pursue articles under 3 pages unless you are looking for news items to gather information on companies or research labs making news.
  • Use synonyms to make your search more comprehensive. Link synonyms with 'or' operator. For example: underwater or submers*
  • Link concepts with the 'and' operator. Use parentheses to group synonyms together when using one search box. For example: (hybrid* or electric*) and (automobile* or vehicle* or cars or car)
  • When you have located some relevant articles, review the abstract and subject headings of these records. Utilize subject headings for more precise results. Most databases you can click on a subject heading for a new search and then refine this new search with additional keywords.
  • Utilize the bibliography at the end of relevant research papers to expand your list of resources. Some of these references may have errors. It has been found that 20% of the references cited will have an error.

Most relevant databases:

  • Compendex (Engineering Index). Coverage is 1970 - Present. The best multidisciplinary engineering database that indexes over 5000 engineering journals, conferences and technical reports. Use their subject headings to obtain more precise results. Access is provided by the following indexes: author, author's affiliation (university or company), keywords from the abstract and title, subject terms and source title (journal or conference title). Compendex is part of the Engineering Village. In the select database box they provide specialized indexing of the Internet, access to INSPEC (physics, electronics and computer science database). SUGGESTION: Search Compendex and INSPEC together for best results when looking for research papers. For information published before 1970 consult the print copy at Sci Index TA1.E6, 1884 - 1995 in the Science and Engineering Center.
  • BIOSIS Previews. Indexes over 5,200 scholarly journals. Most comprehensive database for biology, biotechnology and molecular biology. Coverage is 1969 - present.
  • MEDLINE. Index produced by the National Library of Medicine. Includes over 3,600 journals covering all areas of clinical and experimental medicine, nursing, dentistry and health administration. Updated weekly. Coverage is 1947 to present.
  • Nature. FULL TEXT DATABASE. Provides full text of the journals published by the Nature Publishing Group including the renowned Nature and over 40 other research journals. Utilize the Advanced Search to focus on relevant journals and articles.
  • Web of Science. Coverage is 1900 to present. Online version of Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index and Arts and Humanities Citation Index. May elect to search all 3 databases or just the Science Citation Index which has excellent coverage of all fields of engineering. Citation searching provides one method for bringing your list of references more up-to-date. Take your most important known papers and use this index to determine if they have been cited by more recent journal articles. For a citation search, utilize the first author's last name and initials in inverted form (genco j) and the year(s) of publication. No need to try to input the title of the publication. It will display a listing that you can choose from. They index over 8,500 journals but do not include technical reports, conference papers or theses.
  • Academic Search Complete. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Provides full text for 3,200 scholarly publications covering academic areas of study including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, and mathematics. Good resource for a few basic articles on a topic. This database is designed for undergraduate research. For a more comprehensive search, search Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete and Master File Premier at the same time. Select the Choose Databases link in the EBSCO interface to select multiple databases.
  • BioMed Central. They are an independent publishing house committed to providing immediate free access to peer-reviewed biomedical and bioengineering research. They publish open access journals. Searching and browsing capabilities are provided.
  • Agricultural and Environmental Biotechnology Abstracts. Coverage is 1993 to present. Produced by Cambridge Scientific Abstracts. Covers biotechnological techniques in the food industry, agriculture, and the environment. Also covers a wide range of environmental developments and issues. Indexes a wide range of journals from genetics and cell biology to animal and crop science. Updated bimonthly.
  • AGRICOLA. 1979 - Present online. This database contains records for articles, technical reports, and book chapters on all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines, including agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, agricultural products, and alternative farming practices. (Non-UMaine users may want to use the AGRICOLA database at the National Agricultural Library website. ) Updated monthly.
  • Agricultural Engineering Abstracts. Part of the CAB Direct package.
    This package covers all areas of plant science, ecology, forestry, soil science, food science and biotechnology. Over 4 million records are searchable. Remember to try their thesaurus to gather subject headings and synonyms used by this database. Click on Search CAB Direct in the middle of the welcome screen to start searching.
  • SPORTDiscus. Covers journals in all aspects of sport including biomechanics, physical therapy, physiology, biomedical engineering.

Databases that may also be helpful:

  • ACS Journal Archives. FULL TEXT DATABASE FOR UP TO 1999. (2000 - 2004 not available) Full Text of all ACS journals from volume 1 up until 5 years ago. Includes important titles: Biotechnology Progress, Environmental Science and Technology, and Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. Provides for locating a known citation or searching by author, keywords or the full text of the articles. Full text searching of the entire article can be very helpful when looking for property data.
  • Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts. 1978 - present. This database is updated quarterly and covers the total aquatic environment (freshwater, brackish, and marine). Information is included on living resources as well as technology, policy, and non-living resources. Over 5,000 journals (see Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts serials list) are indexed as well as conference proceedings, books, and government and technical reports. Abstracts are included for most citations.
  • Business Source Complete. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Provides full text for over 3200 business and industry journals. Coverage is back to the 1950's for some important publications. Indexes and has full text for titles such as Biotech Business and Worldwide Biotech. Also contains detailed company profiles for the world's 5,000 largest companies
  • Chemical Abstracts. (Sci Index QD7.C44) Online access now available through SciFinder Scholar, 1907 to present. Software needs to be loaded on your computer to utilize SciFinder Scholar. We have a contract for just one user at a time but the service is available almost 24/7. This is the major indexing source for the worldwide chemical literature. Published by the American Chemical Society. Approximately 14,000 journals are monitored, plus patents, conference proceedings, and other types of literature.
  • Chemical Data Access Tool (CDAT). Use CDAT to find health and safety information submitted to EPA under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), including a broad range of health and safety information reported by industry under TSCA Sections 4,5, 8(d), and 8(e), unpublished, nonconfidential studies covering chemical testing results and adverse effects of chemicals on health and ecological systems, health and environmental effects information obtained through the High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge, and recently declassified confidential business information.
  • Dissertations and Theses (Proquest). Indexes dissertations and theses written by graduates of North American and European universities. The complete text of dissertations written at the University of Maine after 1996 is included.
  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). Provides access to the full text of over 1100 free scholarly journals. Some journals are searchable at the article level. Also provides access by broad subject areas.
  • DTIC (Defense Technical Information Center) Scientific and Technical Information Network. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Access to all unclassified, unlimited citations to documents added into DTIC from late December 1974 to present, many from 1998 to present in full text. Use the MULTISEARCH link from the left column.
  • Environmental Engineering Abstracts. Coverage is 1990 - Present. Produced by Cambridge Scientific Abstracts. The focus of this database is engineering aspects of air and water quality, environmental safety, and energy production. More than 700 primary journals are covered and over 2,500 additional sources, including monographs and conference proceedings.
  • Environmental Sciences and Pollution Management. Provides access to the electronic versions of several standard indexes: Agricultural & environmental biotechnology abstracts (1993-present); AFSA Aquatic pollution & environmental quality (1990-present); Ecology abstracts (1982-present); EIS Digests of environmental impact statements (1985-present); Environmental engineering abstracts (1990-present); Health & safety sciences abstracts (1981-present); Industrial & applied microbiology abstracts (Microbiology A) (1982-present); Bacteriology abstracts (Microbiology B) (1982-present); Pollution abstracts (1981-present); Risk abstracts (1990-present); Toxicology abstracts (1981-present); Water resources abstracts (1967-present). Helpful to search all the files at once.
  • Forest Products Abstracts. Coverage is 1978 - present. Part of the CAB Direct package.
    Index to all aspects of the forest products literature including wood properties, biodeterioration and biodegradation, and environmental issues. Updated weekly and the entire file is over 4 million records for journal articles, books, conference papers, reports and theses.
  • FSTA: Food Science and Technology Abstracts. Coverage is 1969 - Present. International Food Information Service (IFIS)produces Food Science and Technology Abstracts (FSTA), which contains over 500,000 references. The file is updated weekly. FSTA covers all areas of food science, food technology, and human nutrition, including basic food science, biotechnology, toxicology, packaging, and engineering. Over 1800 publications are scanned, including journals, reviews, standards, legislation, patents, books, theses, and conference proceedings.
  • IEEE Xplore. IEEE Xplore is a searchable database which includes the 130+ journals published by the IEEE and IEE and also their conference proceedings and the current edition of IEEE standards. Indexing extends back to 1988 for all journals and conference proceedings and further back to 1950 for selected publications. Full text of IEEE journal articles is available for 1998 to present. Full text is not available through IEEE Xplore for the IEE journals or IEEE and IEE conference proceedings and standards. Check URSUS to determine our holdings of these publications. The database allows simple keyword and phrase searching or complex search queries employing a variety of operators. Tables of contents are available for browsing and there is also a useful alerting service. Register to have an email alert sent of the table of contents when a new issue is published. We have contracted for 5 simultaneous users.
  • INSPEC. Coverage is 1969 - Present. Provides worldwide coverage of the research literature for the fields of physics, electrical engineering, electronics, computer hardware and software, control engineering and information technology. It is produced by the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Great Britain. Literature is reviewed from over 3,500 journals and 1,500 conference proceedings each year. Database is updated weekly. Searching in combination with Compendex is recommended and utilize the "Remove Duplicates" feature.
  • JSTOR. FULL TEXT DATABASE. A digital full text archive of complete backfiles for 360 core scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Contains 21 journals in the field of Ecology and 8 journals in Botany. Searchable by full text and author and title.
  • Master File Premier. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Provides full text for over 1800 business, science and industry journals. Indexing coverage for over 2800 periodicals. Full text extends back to 1990 and abstracts back to 1984. Updated daily by EBSCOhost.
  • MSDS Search - National Repository. FULL TEXT DATABASE. This site pulls together in one place a great many sites containing material safety data sheets. Large list of manufacturers is included.
  • MSDS Solutions. FULL TEXT DATABASE. Database providing access to over 1 million Material Safety Data Sheets. See also this listing of MSDS compilations.
  • National Center for Biotechnology Information. (NCBI) Provides access to a variety of databases produced by the National Library of Medicine or the National Institutes of Health.
  • National Environmental Publications Internet Site (NEPIS). This database contains the full text of over 6,000 EPA documents. Searching is by keyword.
  • NASA Technical Report Server (NTRS). This database collects, archives, and disseminates aerospace information produced by NASA and other relevant worldwide research.
  • National Technical Reports Library (NTRL). Provides indexing to a collection of more than 2.2 million historical (pre-1900) to current U.S. government-sponsored technical reports archived by the National Technical Information Service (NTIS). Over 700,000 documents are available in full-text format. Subject coverage includes engineering, computer science, transportation, medicine, biology, energy, communications, agriculture, and more.
  • Pollution Abstracts. 1981 - present. Pollution Abstracts combines information on scientific research and government policies in a single resource. Topics of growing concern are extensively covered: the atmosphere and ozone, emissions, mathematical models, effects on people and animals, and environmental action in response to global pollution issues. To ensure comprehensive coverage, material from conference proceedings and hard-to-find documents has been summarized along with information from primary journals in the field. Updated monthly.
  • Quick Stats: Agricultural Statistics Data Base. Provides U.S., State, and County level agricultural statistics for many commodities and data series.
  • Science Accelerator, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Department of Energy. Search collections of DOE research results, project descriptions, and accomplishments. These collections enable you to find out about ongoing research projects, explore significant DOE discoveries, learn about DOE Nobel Prize Winners, access and search scientific e-prints, locate science conference papers and proceedings, patents, and more.
  • 5.0. A free, integrated single-search gateway to reliable science and technology information from 17 organizations within 13 federal science agencies - access to over 200 million pages of scientific information.
  • Science Citation Index. Online version is Web of Science. (1900 to present) Paper copy at Sci Index Q1.A1S36. Holdings are 1965 to present. An excellent multidisciplinary science information source which leads you to papers that cite a paper of interest, thus resulting in records for articles that you may not find using traditional subject or keyword searching.
  • ScienceDirect. FULL TEXT FOR UMAINE SUBSCRIBED JOURNAL TITLES ONLY (1800+). Online access to full text from 1995 for most titles. Sign up for automatic notification when new issues are published.
  • Soils and Fertilizers. Part of CABDirect package. Coverage is 1973 - present. Subject coverage includes all aspects of soil science including physics, fertility, morphology, and biology. Use the advanced search option to restrict to the Soils and Fertilizers subset. Indexes over 1,200 journals as well as books, reports, and conference proceedings. Updated weekly.
  • Toxicology Abstracts. Coverage is 1981 - present. Compiled by Cambridge Scientific Abstracts and updated monthly. Presents research about the risks associated with the chemicals, pharmaceuticals, natural toxins, drug abuse, radiation, etc. Toxicity testing methodology and analytical procedures for toxic substances are also covered.
  • TOXLINE. Produced by the National Library of Medicine. Includes information covering the biochemical, pharmacological, physiological, and toxicological effects of drugs and other chemicals. It contains more than 3 million bibliographic citations, most with abstracts and/or indexing terms and CAS Registry Numbers.
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Makes available many databases that index technical data and research reports. Review the list of research programs.
  • Virtual Technical Reports Center. Maintained by the University of Maryland Libraries. Links to institutions worldwide that provide full text and indexing to their reports, dissertations, reprints and preprints.
  • Water Resources Abstracts. Index to international scientific literature on all aspects of water resource issues. Includes abstracts of journal articles, monographs, technical reports, books, and conference proceedings. Updated quarterly. Coverage is 1967 to the present.

News Sources & Newspaper Indexes

  • News, career leads, and industry analysis.
  • Biotechnology in Food and Agriculture. Compiled by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
  • BioWorld Online. Biotechnology news and company profiles. Free registration required for most information.
  • The Internet Navigator for the chemical industry. It contains chemistry-related news and industry trends, links to quality tutorials and databases and electronic journals.
  • EurekAlert. Service of the AAAS.
  • LexisNexis Academic. Worldwide coverage of newspapers, newsletters, and trade journals with good coverage of environmental and water resources issues.
  • Maine Newsstand. Indexes four Maine newspapers.
  • New York Times Article Archive. 1851 - present. Full text of articles can be purchased online or use the microfilm collection in Fogler Library.
  • News on the Web - Archive. Provides links to U.S. and international newspaper archives that are searchable. Also has links to TV and radio broadcast archives.
  • ProQuest Newspapers. Full text of more than 500 U.S. and international news sources. Includes The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, and the Times of London, plus hundreds of other news sources and news wires. Years of coverage vary by title. Maine papers included: Bangor Daily News (1992+), Portland Press Herald (1995+), and selected business coverage from Maine Times (1994-2002) and Central Maine Morning Sentinel (1993-1997).
  • SciCentral. Gateway to the best scientific research news sources



  • Access Science. Online version of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology and the McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms. Includes over 8,500 online encyclopedia articles and 15,000 illustrations from the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, 10th Edition and regularly updated, fully-searchable media-rich content, terms, images and video.Includes over 8,500 online encyclopedia articles and 15,000 illustrations from the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, 10th Edition and regularly updated, fully-searchable media-rich content, terms, images and video.
  • Agricultural Handbook: A Guide to Terminology. Sci Ref S411.A35
  • Dictionaries, thesaurus, quotations, etc.
  • BioTech Life Science Dictionary.
  • Biotechnology : a multi-volume comprehensive treatise. VCH, 1999. (Sci Ref TP248.2.B5465 1991 11 vols.)
  • Biotechnology from A to Z. Oxford Univ, 1998. (Sci Ref TP248.16.B33 1998)
  • online dictionary from Technomic Publishing.
  • Credo Reference (online). Over 3.2 million entries from more than 450 encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, guides, and atlases in all fields.
  • Dictionary of Agriculture. Sci Ref S493.S7
  • Dictionary of Engineering Acronyms & Abbreviations. Sci Ref TA1.E73
  • Encyclopedia of Agricultural Science. Sci Ref S411.E713
  • Encyclopedia of Aquaculture. Sci Ref SH20.3.E53 2000
  • Encyclopedia of biomaterials and biomedical engineering, 2nd ed. / edited by Gary E. Wnek; Informa Healthcare USA. (SciRef R857.M3 E53 2008)
  • Encyclopedia of Bioprocess Technology : Fermentation, Biocatalysis, and Bioseparation. Wiley, 1999. (Sci Ref TP248.3.F57 1999 5 vols.)
  • Encyclopedia of Separation Science. Academic Press, 2000. (Sci Ref TP156.S45E525 2000 v.1-10)
  • Encyclopedia of Separation Technology. Wiley, 1997. (Sci Ref TP156.S45E53 1997 v.1-2)
  • Encyclopedia of stem cell research / general editors, Clive N. Svendsen and Allison D. Ebert; SAGE Publications. (SciRef QH588.S83 E53 2008)
  • Encyclopedic Dictionary of Chemical Technology. VCH Pub., 1993. (Sci Ref TP9.E65 1993)
  • Encyclopedic Dictionary of Industrial Technology. Sci Ref TS9.T84
  • Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary. (Sci Ref QD 5 C5) Thousands of chemicals and chemical phenomena are covered in this compendium of technical data. When available, information for chemicals and raw materials includes synonyms, CAS registry number, formula, properties, source or occurrence, derivation, grade, hazards, uses, shipping regulations and trademark.
  • IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology.
  • Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. 4th ed. John Wiley, 1991. (Sci Ref TP9.E685 1991) Starting to receive the 5th ed. John Wiley, 2004. (Sci Ref TP0/K54 2004) Excellent resource for students and researchers of all levels. Covers all areas of chemical technology and articles are written by experts in the field. General scientific and technical articles are included. Extensive bibliographies. May need to consult the 2nd and 3rd editions for some topics in the ORO stacks.
  • Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Wiley - VCH, 7th ed, 2003. (Sci Ref TP9.U57) Contains information complementary to that of Kirk-Othmer.
  • Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Wiley, 1999. (Sci Ref TK9.E53 1999 vol.1 - vol.24 and suppl.)
  • World of Chemistry. by Eric Weisstein. Wolfram Research. Access to the articles is provided by an index or major subject areas.


  • Agricultural Engineers' Handbook. Sci Ref S675.R5
  • Agrochemicals Desk Reference. Sci Ref TD196.A34M66 1997
  • Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology Handbook. Sci Ref TP248.3.A875 1991
  • Chemistry WebBook. Compiled by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Provides thermochemical, thermophysical and ion energetics data. May search by formula, name, CAS registry number, and structure.
  • CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. (Sci Ref QD65.H3) A classic reference work with tabulated data on the physical properties of organic and inorganic compounds.
  • CRC Handbook of Engineering in Agriculture. Sci Ref S675.C73
  • Credo Reference (online). Over 3.2 million entries from more than 450 encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, guides, and atlases in all fields.
  • Engineering Field Manual for Conservation Practices. Gov Docs A57.6/2:En31
  • Engineering Formulas. Sci Ref TA151.G4713
  • Engineering Fundamentals (EFUNDA). Materials, Formulas, Mathematics, Processes and Design, Etc.
  • Environmental Technology Resources Handbook. Ed. by D. W. Gottlieb. Lewis, 2003. (Sci Ref TD169.5.G68 2003)
  • Handbook of Environmental Data on Organic Chemicals. 4th ed. Wiley, 2001. (Sci Ref TD196.O73V47 2001)
  • Handbook of nanostructured biomaterials and their applications in nanobiotechnology, vols. 1&2; American Scientific Publishers. (SciRef TP248.25.N35 H36 2005)
  • International Critical Tables of Numeric Data, Physics, Chemistry and Technology. Published by the National Research Council. Online provided by Knovel Corporation.
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) on the Internet.
  • MSDS Search - National Repository. FULL TEXT DATABASE. This site pulls together in one place a great many sites containing material safety data sheets. Large list of manufacturers is included.
  • MSDS Solutions. FULL TEXT DATABASE. Database providing access to over 1 million Material Safety Data Sheets. See also this listing of MSDS compilations.
  • Merck Index. 13th ed. Merck & Co., 2001. (Sci Ref RS51.M4) Dictionary of chemical compounds that contains structure diagrams, physical property data and references for articles and patents that describe the compound's preparation. Includes formula index and trade name index.
  • NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. Contains physical and chemical properties and exposure hazard information for several hundred chemicals that are common in the work environment.
  • NIST/SEMATECH e-Handbook of Statistical Methods. Workbook on statistical methods for scientists and engineers
  • Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook. (Sci Ref TP151.P45) Comprehensive one volume data source for chemical engineers.
  • Riegel's Handbook of Industrial Chemistry. 10th ed. Kluwer Academic, 2003. (Sci Ref TP145.R54 2003)
  • Rules of Thumb for Chemical Engineers. (Sci Ref TP151.R85) "A manual of quick, accurate solutions to everyday process engineering problems."
  • Sax's Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials. 10th edition. Wiley, 2000. (Sci Ref T55.3.H3L494 2000 v.1-3) Contains toxicology and carcinogenic data for chemical compounds. Extensive name index and bibliography for each compound.
  • Standard Handbook of Environmental Science, Health and Technology. McGraw-Hill, 2000. (Sci Ref GE123.S73 2000)
  • Smithsonian Physical Tables. 9th edition.

Stay up-to-date: see our recent acquisitions in Agricultural & Biological Engineering titles.


Standards are located in the last row of reference shelving toward the center of the room. See the Fogler Guide to Engineering Standards and Specifications for more information.


  • NSSN. National Standards Systems Network. Searchable bibliographic database of thousands of industrial standards and specifications and links to many standards-issuing organizations.
  • TechStreet Standards Index. (available also through Engineering Village.) Indexes over 500,000 standards from 10,000 organizations.







Biography & History



Web sites that describe the engineering profession, link to college and university web sites, and that provide guidance on choosing a major field of study.



Created by: Martin Wallace | Revised: 06/20/2014

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