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London 2012 will highlight the complex role of technology in modern sport
Engineer Tom Joyce tells MPs that medical implant rules need to be overhauled
PE reveals results from an IMechE survey which asked 1,000 manufacturers for their opinion on the government’s manufacturing policies
Readers have their say about the government's U-turn decision over the new aircraft carriers
Material world - cover story
Professor Julia King talks to PE about how her interest in fatigue and fracture mechanics led to a fascinating career
Engineering researchers are looking at ways to make the transport sector more efficient and environmentally friendly
Go with the flow
Expert aerodynamicist Ron Ayers is fully behind the Bloodhound bid to build a car capable of travelling at 1,000mph
If High Speed Two gets built, how will passengers arriving in London navigate an already crowded Tube network?
CAD, 3D and PLM are no longer the exclusive preserve of the technoscenti
Experts cast doubt on Scotland’s plans to generate 100% of its electricity from green sources by 2020
Small engineering firms are working hard to commercialise marine energy devices
Sunny side up
Solar should have a bright future. But government could dim the opportunity
Your views and opinions
A 19th-century clergyman’s passion for science led to the invention of the external combustion heat engine
- IMechE's new president, Professor Isobel Pollock, on revitilising the economy
- Latest IMechE survey results reveal that the government should 'buy British'
- Students get in gear for Formula Student 2012
It could be time for school-leavers to pick engineering apprenticeships over university
A Hampshire museum celebrates all things steam-driven