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Articles from Environmental Engineering (August 1, 2012)

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... but they may also assist carbon capture. Brief article 232
4 questions: electric vehicles: will they really make a difference and what new test regimes and routines are needed to handle them? Four questions, five respondent organisations, lots of expertise. 3797
Accelerometer is tough cookie. Brief article 130
Air of certainty: new methods of sensing and collecting air pollution data are being trialled at Heathrow Airport and could have wide implications. Wilks, Neil 1570
Analog data is digitised inside the sensor housing. Brief article 154
Australians to develop soil analysis kit. Brief article 280
Big Bang recognised for engineering promotion. 340
Communication cords. Pullin, John 415
Cryochiller can go to -130[degrees]C. Brief article 160
Danes go for the big wind-up. Brief article 142
DIY doctoring: telehealth systems that enable patients to monitor their own conditions rely on robust sensors and simple communications. Davis, Brian 2383
Events diary. Calendar 269
Fewer channels to collect data. Translation, DT9826 24-bit USB data acquisition module from Data Brief article 214
Ford backing sustainable manufacture. Brief article 206
Fuel cell pioneers awarded grant for automotive work. 401
Fuel savings study wins Hawley Award. 552
Harvest time: energy harvesters that take power from ambient surroundings are key to making the new generation of wireless sensors work. Pullin, John 1715
Home energy saving 'may be overstated'. 421
Impress adds connections to its pressure transmitters. 342
Latest standards in the field of environmental testing. Richards, David 460
Leeds signs China deal on energy stores. Brief article 212
LEM precise about battery boost. 327
LMS system adds new functions. Brief article 187
Making connections: the days of simple replaceable components are past: everything now is an interconnected interacting system. And that impacts the testing that is required. Pullin, John 1574
Maths helps to find the leaks. Brief article 112
New registrants & members. Brief article 236
Nominations sought for [pounds sterling]1 million prize. 304
On the grand scale: US group Pegasus Global has plans to build a whole new city as a testbed for big ideas. Can it deliver on its proposals? Pullin, John 719
On the road to surface analysis. Brief article 227
Paying per device for cloud DAQ. 353
Research checks why algae aren't working ... 412
Research hub will investigate whole-life effect of bioenergy. Brief article 186
SEE chief executive rewarded for services to standards development. Brief article 210
Sensors built for gas turbines. Brief article 139
Solar still has bright future, says developer. Brief article 143
Sorting the minerals and metals. Brief article 139
Sunshine all the way: optimism about the future may not be fashionable, but a jaunty new book that's good for summer reading finds grounds for hope. Pullin, John 751
The disruptors: software-defined instrumentation means test engineers can define their own systems, and NI thinks it's a disruptive technology and a world-first. Pullin, John 777
Thermal imager keeps plastics moulding in line. Brief article 206
Transducer can take the pressure. Brief article 175
TUV Sud set to buy UK renewables consultant. Brief article 202
University devises quick way to find water leaks. 400
University will study UK's risk of tsunami. 428
Virtual power plan to help small suppliers get to grid. 432
Viscous info in a couple of drops. Brief article 223
Water keeps accelerometer cool. Brief article 198

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