Engineering Village brings together the most powerful engineering databases—all easily searched from one convenient location. The Compendex, Inspec, GEOBASE and GeoRef videos show how to quickly search and retrieve the most relevant engineering research information available.
Why Engineering Village is better than other search tools?
Find the latest engineering information across electrical, chemical, civil, mechanical, mining and other cross-disciplinary areas.
Lightening Learning: Search Compendex in less than 2 minutes
Each article in Compendex is indexed with terms selected by our indexers and based on a controlled vocabulary — meaning that your search will yield the most relevant results possible.
How to create alerts in Engineering Village
Learn how to easily keep up-to-date with a research topic by creating email alerts in Engineering Village.
Exploring publication records in Engineering Village
Starting from an Engineering Village record page, learn how to access full-text articles (for your subscribed content), export citations to your reference manager, find other relevant material and more.
Delve Deeper with Compendex_ Numeric Search Now Available on Engineering Village – webinar in Chinese
As an engineer, you know that numeric data -- e.g., the size of a microchip's components, the thermal properties of a material, the bit rate of a data transfer -- is often key to understanding and getting the most from research articles. Now with Compendex, searching numeric data has never been easier.
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Find the latest engineering information across Physics, Electrical Engineering & Electronics, Computers & Control, Mechanical & Production Engineering, and IT for Business
Lightening Learning: Search Inspec in less than 2 minutes
Each article in Inspec is indexed with terms selected by our indexers and based on a controlled vocabulary — meaning that your search will yield the most relevant results possible.
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Find the most in depth information available for geology research, enriched by geoscientists applying current geologic terminology and latitude/longitude location data to individual records.