Online MEMS Library

Thank you to Mehran Mehregany from Case Western Reserve University for telling me about the university's MEMS World Online MEMS-specific digital library. You can search for experts in specific MEMS-related fields; search abstracts from journals, conferences, and patents to find relevant literature; identify which institutions specialize in MEMS research (and which sub-topics, e.g., micromachining, sensors, and materials research); and even profile the researchers.



http://memsworldonline.case.edu

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