Queen's University engineering librarian Michael White runs The Patent Librarian's Notebook, a very important resource for anyone interested in finding and making sense of patent information.
Ed Eckel from Westerm Michig
SPIE Reviews is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes invited review articles covering the state of the art of emerging and rapidly evolving optics and photonics technologies and their applications.
Having a hard time finding engineering resources on the library website?
To find books on a particular topic, search in our online catalog using 'Advanced Keyword Searching 'feature and using appropriate keyword representing that topic. Once you find a book, follow the link 'Distance Learners: How do I obtain articles or books from the Library?'
to receive print books. Electronic books can be accessed by using your Drexel email ID and password.
- Supply Chain
- Customer Relationship and Management
- Supply Chain and Inventory
- Electronic Sourcing
- Contracting Out
- Supply and Demand
Keeping current with new resources using different tools
IEEE Humanity Technology Challenge
IEEE Presidents' Change the World Competition
BP has transformed from a local oil company into a global energy group; employing over 96,000 people and operating in over 100 countries worldwide. Very useful reports are available from BP's Reports and Publications web site.
Chempedia is the free and open chemical substance registry. It enables anyone to register, at no cost, individual substances through a Web-based interface. Each substance receives a unique, numerical, checksummed identifier that can be used anywhere and looked up at no cost.