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Your Engineering Inspiration for Saturday 08 August 2020


With the evenings closing in so early, it's the perfect time of year to expand your personal library. If you'd like to find interesting books covering science and technology, we have a wealth for you to browse through on ENGins.

To find books covering any specialism in engineering, simply navigate to the area you're interested in (using the drop-down menus at the top of the ENGins homepage) and you'll be presented with a selection of related books. If you'd like to learn more about the title, just mouse over the cog-head icon to read a review.

Very best,

Dr Sunny Bains
Editorial Director

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