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This Engineering 185 guide is meant to be a jumping off point for your research, note that it is not comprehensive. Please provide feedback by emailing the 185 librarian (see contact info below).
This guide deals with science and technology tools and resources; for business-related information (including industry and market research) take a look at the complementary libguide Business Information for Engineers by Michael Oppenheim.
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