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Engineering, Electronics, Materials science and Mathematics: Home

Resources and databases for all branches of engineering, electronics and material science.

Welcome

turbine blade by Sandy Buchanan

Photo credit: 'Turbine blade' by Sandy Buchanan

Welcome to the subject guide for engineering, electronics, materials science and mathematics.

Here you will discover how to find books, journals and information for your work.

For more information about library services and facilities see the Library Services pages on shuspace

Maths Help

If you need any help with the mathematical content of your course,maths drop-ins are held during term time in the libraries: there is no need to book,  just turn up. They are held in:

  • Adsetts Library, The Bridge
    11.30am-1.30pm every week day
    6pm-8pm Wednesdays

You can also get help with statistics at the statistics drop-ins:

  • Adsetts Library, The Bridge
    2pm-4.15pm Tuesdays
  • Collegiate Library
    12pm-2pm Thursdays

Bookable statistics sessions are also available, but you will need to book an appointment in advance via Unihub:

  • Adsetts Library, The Bridge
    2pm-4.15pm Fridays

Meanwhile in the Library...

This academic year, the library has put on the exhibition Meanwhile in the Library..., celebrating the role of comics and graphic novels in the academic library. Here's a small selection of relevant titles: but you can find out more about the exhibition, the comics we have in stock, and how comics can be used in learning from the exhibition website.

The Engineer

The latest news from The Engineer.

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Science Daily

The latest mathematics news

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The latest engineering news.

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AAAS Eurekalert!

The latest mathematics news

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The latest engineering news.

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BBC Technology

The latest news from the BBC Technology website.

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Other relevant subject guides

This guide covers the core resources you need for day-to-day study and research.  However, you may sometimes find other subject guides useful for specialised topics. You can find a full list of other guides on the Library Gateway, but some useful guides are: