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Taylor & Francis Group’s Engineering Content Now Available on Knovel
08 April 2014

CRC Press and CRCNetBASE content enrich Knovel’s diverse technical references for engineers and other researchers worldwide

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Knovel Expands Crude Oil Assay Database and Bolsters Chemical Data Records
20 March 2014

Yaws’ Critical Property Database for Chemical Engineers and Chemists now contains the largest compilation of correlations for chemical engineers online

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2013 Knovel University Challenge Winners Announced
20 February 2014

More than 4,400 students worldwide participated

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"What Engineers Need from Today’s Research Outlets"
14 April 2014

"Gabriela Lupulescu, Product Manager for Knovel, explains why engineers need better tools when working with equations."

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“Knovel’s New Platform: A Shining Example of ‘Micro-Convergence’ of Content, Search, and Agile Utility” Outsell Insight
27 February 2014

“In line with Outsell’s focus on convergence of content, workflow, community, and commerce, all delivered globally, Knovel’s contribution to the engineering community is a beacon for the direction in which workflow tools are heading.”

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“Knovel Adds New Publishing Partners” -- Publishers Weekly
17 December 2013

"Knovel’s new publisher partners include Taylor & Francis and ICE Publishing, the American Geosciences Institute, BCS, the The Chartered Institute for IT, BNi Building News and Cambridge International Science Publishing."

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Engineering News
Mantis shrimp inspires super-strong material
23 April 2014
Flora and fauna from around the world have stimulated developments in engineering research that hold the potential for creating materials and devices with unprecedented capabilities.
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DNA nanorobots sneak past immunodefense systems
22 April 2014
Engineering research and development scientists have been delving into nanoscale possibilities for treating and preventing diseases, devising new technologies to augment the operation of the human body.
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Charged ions get free pass through graphene nanomembrane
22 April 2014
Scientists have recently been extensively probing graphene to uncover its potential and generate engineering information that may be used to create novel devices.
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Join us Tuesday, April 29th at 2pm EST for a complimentary webinar on the use of equations in engineering practice.

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Expert Webinar: Operating and Maintaining Vacuum Furnaces - Up-time Considerations (Part 2)

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Expert Webinar: Shale Gas - Global Distribution and Industry Impacts

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