Engineering brings science and technology out of the lab and into the real world. Often without thinking about it, we engage every day with technology that is the product of careful, precise design and execution by engineers in electronics, optics, and communications; embedded systems; automotive, aerospace, and marine; mechanical; and many other disciplines. For decades, Elsevier has maintained and grown extensive collections in these and other cutting-edge areas, like biomechanics and nanotechnology, through our trusted imprints: Newnes, Academic Press, and Woodhead Publishing. In addition, our powerful online platforms like Knovel and Engineering Village help streamline research and development processes for users around the world.


Knovel’s advanced (but not complicated) search feature

To get ahead of safety and process risks and win the productivity race, engineers need easy access to... Read more


Interview with Dr. Arafat Aloqaily

Interview with Dr. Arafat Aloqaily on the challenges and opportunities facing safety and risk management in light of... Read more


My Knovel ToGo Now More Accessible Than Ever for Engineers in the Field

Since joining Elsevier’s portfolio five years ago, Knovel has become the “go-to” decision support solution for engineers looking... Read more


We Badly Need more Control Engineers

IoT revolution, self-driving cars, remote monitoring, prognostics and diagnostics are among the mega trends today. These trends have... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Engineering

Coastal Protection on the Edge: The Challenge of Preserving California’s Legacy

The California coast is an edge. It’s the place where 1,100 miles of shoreline meets the largest ocean... Read more


6 Rules for Rebuilding Infrastructure in an Era of ‘Unprecedented’ Weather Events

Before Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Aug. 25, there was little doubt that its impact would be devastating... Read more


Are Self-Driving Cars the Future of Mobility for Disabled People?

Self-driving cars could revolutionize how disabled people get around their communities and even travel far from home. People... Read more


Why Engineering Schools Globally Need More Creative Women

Engineers are good at solving problems. We make bridges safer, computers faster and engines more efficient. Today, the... Read more

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