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QuoraUpdateCancelAnswer WikiAnswered 347w ago · Author has 189 answers and 819. 3k answer viewsThe other answers provide good general starting points for academic research, but honestly Google Scholar ( ) and ISI Web of Knowledge ( if you have a subscription) are probably better starting points, since they will search all the publisher-specific sites (e. I'm guessing the question asker wanted more specific guidance for engineering, but that will vary from one engineering discipline to another, so here are my suggestions:Electrical engineeringThe Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers' (SPIE) Digital Library: American Society of Mechanical Engineers' (ASME) Digital Library: Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) journals: Other engineering disciplinesCheck if your engineering discipline's professional society (ASCE for civil engineers, AIAA for aerospace engineers, AIChE for chemical engineers, MRS for materials scientists and engineers, ACM for computer scientists and engineers, BMES for biomedical engineers, etc. ) has an electronic database for any journals that they publish.