7 Every Engineer Should Read To Level Up Their Career

The Gecko’s Foot: How Scientists are Taking a Leaf from Nature’s Book" by Peter Forbes

Unveil nature's solutions to engineering problems, advocating for mimicking natural phenomena.

"How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big" by Scott Adams

Navigate failures with Scott Adams' tips, fostering resilience and a positive outlook on success.

"Engineer to Win" by Caroll Smith

Gain insights from Formula 1 racer Caroll Smith, emphasizing the mentality and skills for engineering success.

"An Astronaut’s Guide to Life" by Chris Hadfield

Delve into astronaut Chris Hadfield's mind, exploring life lessons crucial for overcoming challenges.

"Success Through Failure: The Paradox of Design" by Henry Petroski

Understand the role of failure in innovation, encouraging engineers to embrace challenges.

"Sustainable Materials – With Both Eyes Open" by Julian Allwood and Jonathan Cullen

Explore sustainability's role in engineering, advocating for reform in design practices.

"Structures – or Why Things Don’t Fall Down" by J.E. Gordon

Gain fundamental insights into engineering structures and stability, an essential introduction.

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