In addition to the complete collection of Technical Papers our SAE subscription now includes:
- Aerospace Material Specifications
- Aerospace Standards
- Ground Vehicle Standards
- Historical Aerospace Material Specifications
- Historical Aerospace Standards
- Historical Ground Vehicle Standards
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"Envisioning California's Delta As it Was" is an online companion to a series of radio reports by reporter Lauren Sommer on KQED's science and environment program, QUEST. Using more than 20 pages of interactive maps, charts and archival imagery, the feature guides readers through the wealth of historical clues that researchers at SFEI's Aquatic Science Center used to envision what the Delta was like before the Gold Rush, the creation of the rich farmlands, the State Water Project and other major developments.
The Scopus title list has been updated with almost 300 new titles since the end of 2011. This brings the total number of active titles in Scopus to over 19,500. Scopus has a broad coverage in all subject areas with 33% of its titles in Health Sciences, 30% in Physical Sciences, 21% in Social Sciences and 16% in Life Sciences.
Red, green, and blue lasers have become small and cheap enough to be embedded into products ranging from BluRay DVD players to fancy pens, but each color is made with different semiconductor materials and crystal growth processes. Engineers at Brown University and QD Vision Inc. have created nanoscale single crystals that can produce different colors determined by their size, but all of them are made in the same way, of the same elements.
Read more in Nature Nanotechnology, 2012:
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Then join us Monday through Friday April 16-20 for Mendeley Drop-In Workshops and get organized.
Noon-1:00pm in Huang 203.
Today Google is offering a Doodle of animated galloping horses in honor of Stanford's own Eadweard J. Muybridge. If you want to see more of his work check in the galleries of the Cantor Art Museum on campus for a reconstructed zoopraxiscope.
You can now search for reserve items using the SearchWorks Course Reserves Catalog. This will eventually replace our existing reserve catalog on Socrates. If you encounter problems you can still search the old catalog. The libraries are happy to hear your feedback and suggestions, you can submit them anytime by clicking the Feedback link in the upper right navigation bar on SearchWorks.
The new, eight-building Graduate School of Business campus, has achieved the LEED Platinum rating for environmental sustainability from the U.S. Green Building Council.