Engineering and physics collections and gadget bar on the 2nd floor of the Huang Engineering Center.
- Terman Engineering Library News - January 2015 | January 16, 2015
- A Digital Library site that puts users in the driver's seat | January 8, 2015
- Springer Materials new beta platform | November 19, 2014
- Terman Engineering Library News - November 2014 | November 18, 2014
- Improving Hybrid Rocket Fuels at Stanford | November 6, 2014
|Guide||Created by||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Patents||Rachael M Davis||2015-01-06||Chemistry, Engineering|
|Science and engineering technical reports||Rachael M Davis||2014-07-30||Engineering|
|Amateur (HAM) Radio||Michael P Nack||2013-02-20||Engineering|
|Grants and funding for science & engineering||Rachael M Davis||2014-09-23||Aquatic studies, Biology, Chemistry, Earth sciences, Engineering, Environmental studies, Mathematics and statistics, Physics and astronomy|
|Standards||Sarah E Lester||2014-12-19||Engineering|
|Software Help for Engineers||Kathleen Gust||2014-10-31||Computers and computing, Computer science, Software, Engineering, Mathematics and statistics|
|Statistical Analysis Resources||Rachael M Davis||2014-11-12||Engineering, Mathematics and statistics|
|PWR 1GWT||Winter 2014||Money for "Nothing" : The Rhetoric of the Silicon Valley||Trump, W.|
|ENGR 202W||Autumn, Winter, Spring||ENGR 202W: Technical writing||Reichard, C.|
|CHEMENG 25E / ENG 25E||Winter 2014||CHEMENG 25E: Energy: Chemical transformations for production, storage, and use||Jaramillo, T. F.|
|PWR 2GMB||Fall 2014||The Life and Death and Life of Objects||Moyer, G.|
|PWR 1JM||Winter 2014||The rhetoric of the startup||McEntire, J.|
|PWR 2JS||Fall 2014||Eureka!: The Rhetoric of the Scientist||Jennifer Stonaker|
Books from the collection of Stephen Prokofyevich Timoshenko (1878-1972), often referred to as the father of applied mechanics in the United States.
The Durand-Lesley propellers are the surviving artifacts of an experiment in early aviation history which defined a methodology still in use today.
The books in the Terman collection were left to the Engineering Library that bears his name by Dr. Terman upon his retirement.
Primarily concerns his work in artificial intelligence at Stanford University.