The engineering paper, published by The Science and Engineering Journal, has gone on to become one of the most searched articles on Google News in the last year.
The paper has garnered over 7 million hits in the past year and generated over 4 million page views since it was first published.
The first edition was published in March 2016.
Since then, it has been republished on other scientific journals, including Science and Business, the Australian Journal of Engineering, and the American Journal of Physical Chemistry.
According to The Science & Engineering Journal article, this was due to “growing interest in the topic of engineering and the widespread perception of engineering as a ‘science’ and as an ‘industry’.”
“This led to a strong increase in articles published in the first edition, which is reflected in the number of Google searches for the paper,” it added.
“The success of the paper has led to significant additional interest in engineering in general, and also to a large increase in searches for Engineering as a whole.”
In addition to the increased search interest, a growing number of articles on the subject of engineering in schools are also appearing on the web, which are often of higher quality and are published in higher quality journals,” it concluded.”
Although these articles are published by the authors themselves, they are often the result of collaboration between the authors, the journal, and other relevant academic institutions.
“A spokesperson for the journal said that the article has been “inherently popular with our academic audience”.”
While it has had some issues with the editorial process and the technical aspects of the project, the articles have also been highly read by thousands of academics and students in our undergraduate engineering programs across the country, with over one million students in the UK,” they said.”
While we can’t share all the work and research in the paper, we are working hard to improve the quality of our papers and ensure they are both widely read and are updated regularly.
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