Thermoset nanocomposites are complex hybrid materials, which integrate nanoparticles with polymers to produce a novel nanostructure, with extraordinary properties. Organic/inorganic hybrids are some of the most challenging nanostructures investigated to date. What differentiates nanocomposite materials from classical composites is the degree of control of fabrication, processing and performance that can be achieved down to a very small scale. Smithers Rapra, a subsidiary of The Smithers Group, has just published a new book entitled Thermoset Nanocomposites for Engineering Applications. Thermoset Nanocomposites for Engineering Applications summarises the experimental results of work on thermoset nanocomposites obtained from the collaboration of three research groups from Bulgaria, Greece and Italy, and analyses some of results reported in the literature. This book helps to answer questions related to the design of nanocomposites by controlling the processing technology and structure. It is addressed not only to researchers and engineers who actively work in the broad field of nanocomposite technology, but also to newcomers and students who have just started investigations in this multidisciplinary field of material science.