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  • Stop the melt

    Air capture of carbon dioxide could be a low-risk way of cleaning the atmosphere and saving the planet. Just don’t call it geo-engineering

  • Cool and collected

    They’re all over the place and are becoming a critical part of our way of life but very few people can tell you where their nearest data centre is or what it takes to run one

  • Flatpack reactors

    Small modular nuclear reactors should prove safer and faster to build than larger designs. But will the economics ever stack up?



  • Why the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer’s next aircraft is the the most important it has ever produced

    July 23, 2014 @ 04:34 PM

  • Around the world in 4 million components

    European aircraft-maker Airbus believes its diversity will be its greatest strength in the future market

  • How to get ahead in international M&A

    GE and Alstom, Pfizer and Astrazeneca - why do some big industrial international mergers work and some not?

  • Sky-high ambitions

    The aerospace sector in India is growing apace, with private firms becoming global players and an ambitious program to develop the country’s first indigenous large commercial civil aircraft

  • July 2014 letters

    Energy storage, D-Day memories, and other topics

  • June 2014 letters

    Climate change, railway electrification, how to make the IMechE truly international, and other topics

  • May 2014 letters

    Engineers in the media, gaining a voice in politics, climate change, high-speed rail, and other issues





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