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Recommended Reading for Budding Engineers – Department of …

http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/admissions/information/reading.html
Engineering students in the past have found that the following books give an
reading for the course – you don't have to buy any books before you come to 


Indian Army during World War II

Indian divisions fighting in Burma should adopt the A & MT Engineers: The Indian Engineers were a part of every division in the army.

default Books For EngineersScience & Engineering Books for Kids – THAT ARE FUN! Dino Fossils, Diamonds, Electronics, and More!
Tumblehome Learning (http://www.tumblehomelearning.com) unleashes the new super-fun educational science & engineering (STEM) book series, The Galactic Academ…

Student Blogs – What Books CS Majors Should Read
http://www.fhu.edu/BLOGS/CS/post/What-Books-CS-Majors-Should-Read.aspx
This experience should help students grow as software engineers and computer scientists, while also encourating them to develop the habit of reading for professional development. Hopefully this project will promote personal growth in these students that will result in better thinkers, designers, and engineers.

Sensory Fiction: Books That Let You Feel What The Characters Do
WLRN, on Thu, 06 Feb 2014 04:59:13 -0800
But if well-written prose and the power of your imagination aren't enough, a few clever engineers at MIT have come up with a wearable vest that hooks up to an e-book to enhance your reading experience even more. "The 'augmented' book portrays the 

Reading Diary: Dreams of Other Worlds: The Amazing Story of …
http://scienceblogs.com/confessions/
From the subtitle I was hoping the book would be a fairly straightforward account of the history of unmanned space exploration — all the missions, how they were planned, the engineering challenges involved in getting them off the ground, the logistical challenges of keeping the various vehicles and missions alive and productive in a variety of On the other hand, it does a great job of putting all those missions into the context of how we see our lives on this planet too.

The Existential Pleasures of Engineering
Samuel C. Florman, published 1996, 224 pages