ProQuest Technology Research Professional

This database is the most comprehensive engineering and technology research offering from ProQuest, with coverage of the world literature on technology and applied science, including materials science, aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, condensed matter physics, computer science and electronic engineering.

Included databases:

  • Abstracts in New Technology & Engineering
  • Civil Engineering Abstracts
  • Earthquake Engineering Abstracts
  • Mechanical & Transportation Engineering Abstracts
  • ProQuest Advanced Tech & Aerospace Professional
  • ProQuest Materials Research Professional

The following thesauri are available:

  • Abstracts in New Technologies and Engineering Thesaurus
  • Copper Thesaurus
  • Engineered Materials Thesaurus
  • Metallurgical Thesaurus
  • NASA Thesaurus
  • Technology thesaurus

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