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  • Work wear

    Robots that can be put on like a suit can help people to lift heavy loads or assist those with spinal injuries to walk again

  • Ripples of anxiety

    Marine energy technology was just getting launched when it encountered several setbacks which have cast doubt on the future of the industry

  • Charge and go

    Battery-powered trains could prove cheaper than investing in overhead electrification on the railways. Lee Hibbert reports on a trial of the technology

The thought control pilot of the UAV
  • Top ten cars in China

    As growth starts to slow in the world's largest automotive market, foreign brands are grabbing market share

  • France's nuclear future

    Despite a hostile political environment, its business as usual for the French nuclear sector

  • Oil and gas resolutions

    The industry is working hard to cut costs after years of high oil prices

  • Letters - February 2015

    Turbofan history, equal opportunities, initiatives in education, wartime memories, and other matters

  • Letters - January 2015

    The skills debate, the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon plan, that visit to a comet, high-speed rail and other topics

  • Letters - December 2014

    Future of high-speed rail, Swansea Bay tidal energy, nuclear power ... and how do you define an engineer?





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