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Articles from Environmental Engineering (April 1, 2014)

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2[degrees]C rise threat to crop yields. 414
Accelerometer targets health sector. 151
Allegro debuts its first digital current sensor IC. 168
Amplifier is the widest band so far. 195
An ever-present threat. 476
Anemometer gains explosive certification. 153
Anglo-Australians create wireless soil salt test. 290
Antenna that stretches to fit wearable kit. 340
Best-seller analyser gets revamp. 342
Body of evidence: electromagnetic simulation used in the design of antennas faces particular difficulty with body-worn devices. 704
Chambers for the benchtop. 200
Colour gauge app monitors patients. 309
Consortium seeks efficient biomass. 222
Data proves wind turbines productive for full lifespan. 397
Detector reveals radiation hot-spots. 278
Driving the research: sensors that watch for driver fatigue or distraction can now tell the vehicle as well as the driver. It's a subtle shift in the balance of responsibility. 759
EMI absorption tapes mitigate the noise. 247
Engineering degrees produce millionaires. 367
Environmental 2014 engineering emc. 1308
Expert vibro offers flexible vibration measurement. 178
Fit for purpose: body-worn sensors that link into smartphone apps are key fitness devices. But they have a medical role as well. Pullin, John 2012
Free thinkers: the Millbrook vehicle testing centre has a new owner and a new boss and is looking forward to independence. Pullin, John 2295
Gasoline cleans up trucks. 175
In the pipeline: complex sensing systems that use video and lasers bring certainty to the business of weld inspection inside pipes. 742
Joint ventures: Hip replacements are pretty commonplace operations these days. Yet there are still a lot of unknowns. Puffin, John 1381
Latest standards in the field of environmental testing. Richards, David 622
Looking for a winner the internet of things promises smart products and wireless connections. But how it will do that remains uncertain. 1524
Meggitt adds to IEPE accelerometer family. 197
Micro-Epsilon offers web-based laser profile search. 140
Mobiles set to monitor cancer care. 211
Nanocrystals open a sodium battery route. 386
NPL uses synthetic air for pollution reference. 313
Power supplies are geared to high voltage materials. 331
Quantum quantifies how apps are usinq mobile battery power. 270
Questions of scale: the internet of things is about small devices and big changes. Germany sets the pace. Pullin, John 765
RaC shaker offers choice or large vibration needs. 190
Raising the standard: technology developed for civilian use is increasingly employed by the military. But that means EMC standards have to be adjusted. 1446
Real-world data used to show how speed affects emissions. 172
Recent floods prompt BRE to create Centre for Resilience. 253
Ron Ives. 140
Scots focus for oil innovation. 145
See industry affiliates. 151
Sensor can take heavy pressure. 305
Simple solution to aqueous sampling. 190
Single cable meets EM goal. 196
Society challenge stand proves successful draw at the Big Bang. 377
Study into natural materials. 208
Sustained questions. Pullin, John 440
Tektronix adds speed to data circuit testing. 222
The Big Bang Fair success. 442
The EE Data & Sensors Directory. Directory 1024
The fair: Engineering has never been so popular. 386
The joy of rubbish: a new book provides interesting sidelights on an economic order based on recycling and scrap. Pullin, John 736
The shopping list: national Instruments has set out six grand trends and issues for 2014, for itself as well as for the broader test and measurement sector. Pullin, John 1390
The trillion dollar question. 749
Tidal energy shifts to the shallow end. 594
Wind energy covers store costs. 189

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