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Your Engineering Inspiration for Monday 10 August 2020

If you've found yourself reading a greater number of books than usual over the past few weeks, and are on the hunt for more great writing covering your field, just navigate to the appropriate area on the ENGins homepage (using the drop-down menus) and you'll find the books panel populated with content for you.

As long as your customisation preferences are set to reflect your interests, the books at the bottom of this email (and across the website) will be tailored for you.

And if you've read a particularly excellent book covering science or engineering, we'd love to hear about it just submit it to the website. You can even include a book review, if you'd like.

Very best,

Rose Grey
Managing Editor

Last weeks's top headlines:

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In the world of academics, peer review is considered the only credible validation of scholarly work. Although the process has its detractors, evaluation of academic research by a cohort of contemporaries has endured for over 350 years, with “relatively minor...
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