http://www.nae.edu/nae/bridgecom.nsf”The Bridge presents thoughtful opinion and analysis on engineering research, education, and practice; science and technology policy; and the roles of engineering and technology in all aspects of society.” Volume 36, issue 4 is now available, and has papers from the 12th U.S. Frontiers of Engineering: http://www.nae.edu/nae/bridgecom.nsf/weblinks/MKEZ-6WHS2U?OpenDocument
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Data has been analyzed from Thomson Scientific’s (Institute for Scientific Information) database of “University / Institutional Science Indcators” for the period, 2001-2005. The 5 most influential Mechanical Engineering Departments have been named, based on the number of citations to their publications. (Princeton is #2.)
The Synthesis collection of lecture notes from Morgan & Claypool Publishers presents various research or development topics in biomedical engineering, communications, artificial intelligence, computer science, and electrical engineering. The library and its lectures are organized by series.