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A guide to Mechanical Engineering resources at Wentworth Institute of Technology
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When you are trying to choose a research topic or you already have a topic but don't know where to start, these resources are a great place to explore the subject.

  • AccessScience
    AccessScience features articles from McGraw-Hill's Encyclopedia of Science & Technology. Its Study Center offers study guides to research and essay topics.
  • AskNature
    AskNature provides insights into natural evolutionary structures and strategies that can be useful in solving design problems.
  • HowStuffWorks: Engineering
    HowStuffWorks provides explanations of how the world actually works with articles, graphics and videos. Its Engineering Channel focuses on topics such as aircraft technologies, buildings, bridges, robotics and heavy machinery.

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