On Monday, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) announced that its Inspec database had reached 10 million records with an article from the journal Nanotechnology. From the press release:
The Nanotechnology article, ‘High throughput cell nanomechanics with mechanical imaging interferometry’, by a group of researchers from the University of California in Los Angeles, describes a new method for cell-screening which could help provide quicker and earlier detection of cancer cells.
Inspec is a comprehensive database covering journal articles and conference papers in physics, electrical engineering and electronics, computers and control, and information technology. It also has significant coverage of manufacturing engineering, materials science, and nuclear engineering. UC Berkeley researchers have access to both Inspec (1969-present) and the Inspec Archive (1898-1968).