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Cutting corners: oil and gas operators could be tempted to cut back on maintenance regimes, putting health and safety at risk. Feb 1, 2016 1748
Rising stars: a new generation of engineering academics is coming up with ground-breaking methods of teaching technical topics and fresh thinking on ways to promote the profession. Feb 1, 2016 2642
A more flexible approach to work is needed to relieve the over-burden on creaking public transport systems. Jan 1, 2016 587
Answers from nature: ants and chameleons are among the animals that are inspiring engineers to develop innovative products and highly automated production methods. Cover story Jan 1, 2016 1634
Powerful recycling. Jan 1, 2016 1184
Small firms in particular will lose out as the government cuts its advisory services for manufacturers. Dec 1, 2015 526
The Chancellor's axing of support for carbon capture projects has alarmed many. Dec 1, 2015 472
Magic molecules: composites that avoid damage from lightning and wings that repair themselves are just two of the advances that promise to make planes safer and more fuel efficient. Dec 1, 2015 1448
Is nuclear new-build on the wrong track? Have big conventional reactors had their day? Nov 1, 2015 523
Tests on trial: as the Volkswagen row rumbles on, industry experts are looking more widely at how useful the existing and planned emissions tests really are. Cover story Nov 1, 2015 2429
The last resort: talking isn't working in terms of getting more women into the profession, so it might be time to enlist a radical solution--quotas. Nov 1, 2015 1426
The award-winning Museum of Power houses exhibits ranging from mighty steam pumps to a belt-driven workshop and a miniature railway. Nov 1, 2015 681
The Volkswagen emissions testing scandal has put the issue of professional ethics in the spotlight. Oct 1, 2015 513
The Redcar steel plant closure could be the first of many, industry warns the government. Oct 1, 2015 506
Airbus has taken the fight to Boeing by establishing its first production facility in the US. Lee Hibbert visits the plant and finds the European planemaker in bullish mood. Cover story Oct 1, 2015 2169
Profile: Dirk Ville. Interview Oct 1, 2015 1542
With its collection of historic locomotives, Shildon's educational and interactive National Railway Museum makes an ideal family day out. Oct 1, 2015 678
What will plug the energy gap when our old coal-fired power stations finally all close down? Sep 1, 2015 563
Plans for apprenticeship levy leave industry apprehensive about implementation details. Sep 1, 2015 461
Energy: nuclear fusion. Sep 1, 2015 2432
Handle with care: the advent of more automated systems for moving munitions and missiles around warships is leading to humans being taken out of the loop. Sep 1, 2015 1661
Innovation and skilled management made these two British engineering companies world leaders. Aug 1, 2015 542
Carriages for crossrail. Cover story Aug 1, 2015 2438
Learning on the job. Aug 1, 2015 1390
Innovation's the answer. Aug 1, 2015 1714
Businesses still need to do much more to encourage women to pursue careers in engineering. Jul 1, 2015 550
The government decision to end subsidies for onshore wind sends wrong signal to investors. Jul 1, 2015 488
In-flight innovation: green fuels, better cabin interiors and improved designs of wings and rudders are the sorts of technologies that are emerging from research with Boeing's ecoDemonstrator. Jul 1, 2015 2070
Rising tide of research. Jul 1, 2015 1857
Exhaustive enquiries: lessons learned on curbing emissions from cars and lorries are coming into play for engines used in non-road machinery, from lawnmowers to dumper trucks. Jul 1, 2015 961
On the starting grid: formula Student has been so successful at launching participants into their careers that the IMechE has now established similar competitions for railways and aerospace. Jul 1, 2015 1011
MPs have taken their seats in the new Parliament. But there's hardly a scientist or engineer among them. Jun 1, 2015 534
Future of HS2 rail link remains uncertain despite Tory assurance of commitment. Jun 1, 2015 471
Blade runners. Jun 1, 2015 1702
Luxury at a price: making gem-encrusted mobile phones for the super-rich calls for a blend of automation and old-fashioned craft skills. Lee Hibbert watches the intricate process. Jun 1, 2015 914
Visitors can take in the sights and sounds of more than 300 years of Welsh industry at the National Waterfront Museum. Jun 1, 2015 652
The new government needs to hit the ground running on several engineering-related issues. May 1, 2015 576
Waste not, want not: stockpiled plutonium from legacy nuclear programmes could be turned into fuel to produce low-carbon electricity. Cover story May 1, 2015 1740
Terry Scuoler, chief executive of manufacturers' organisation the EEF, tells Lee Hibbert what action he would like to see from the new government to support engineering businesses and help them to grow. Interview May 1, 2015 2026
Keep tabs on your tools: the internet of things could ensure that shopfloor tools never again go missing, boosting productivity and quality. May 1, 2015 1314
Hail shale. Cover story Apr 1, 2015 2906
Predictive data: avid fans of Solidworks software have participated in a data tracking project that could lead to more customised and intuitive CAD packages. Apr 1, 2015 2042
Four wheels on demand: all-wheel drive is increasingly popular on a wide range of vehicles and can now often be disconnected automatically to boost fuel economy. Apr 1, 2015 1938
Editor's comment: we all want cleaner air in cities but the way to achieve it calls for careful decision-making. Editorial Mar 1, 2015 567
All at sea. Mar 1, 2015 2598
Charge and go. Feb 1, 2015 1517
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. Feb 1, 2015 2625
Jaguar leaps forward. Jan 1, 2015 2663
Fanning the spark: promising automotive research often gets lost in 'the valley of death' but now innovators can get help in commercialising their low-carbon powertrain projects. Jan 1, 2015 1372
Behind closed doors. Dec 1, 2014 2955
Circular argument. Dec 1, 2014 1918
The History of the Rolls-Royce RB211 Turbofan Engine. Dec 1, 2014 354
Type 45 Destroyer: Owners' Workshop Manual. Dec 1, 2014 244
Tank Spotter's Guide. Dec 1, 2014 125
Helping hand. Interview Dec 1, 2014 789
A clear strategic vision is called for to improve rail infrastructure in the north of the country. Nov 1, 2014 476
Industry's visionary. Cover story Nov 1, 2014 2510
When turbines topple: an investigation into the collapse of five wind turbines has pinpointed design weaknesses and should lead to improved safety standards in the industry. Nov 1, 2014 1984
Game on: levitating trains and energy storage flywheels are just a couple of the game-changing applications that are opening up for superconductors. Nov 1, 2014 1904
Breaking the mould: how new technology including 3D sand printing is helping an older casting company stay competitive. Oct 1, 2014 1169
Full measure. Cover story Sep 1, 2014 2385
From fast lane to bus lane: flywheel technology originally developed for Formula One sports cars is being adapted for the humble city bus--with encouraging fuel-saving results. Sep 1, 2014 1843
Reading the signals: the smooth running of a busy line on London's underground network has been improved by a project that enables remote real-time monitoring of track circuits. Sep 1, 2014 1348
Giving teachers work experience within engineering firms is a progressive idea. Aug 1, 2014 570
Rejuvenation aim. Aug 1, 2014 1539
Teaching to the converted. Aug 1, 2014 1299
Adding beats subtraction. Aug 1, 2014 1396
God's wonderful railway: this museum celebrates the great days of steam travel. Aug 1, 2014 642
Flatpack reactors. Jul 1, 2014 3123
Academy of excellence. Jul 1, 2014 1499
Engineers will need the backing of politicians to make energy storage a national priority. May 1, 2014 539
The web grows wider: the Internet of Things promises to connect us all up in ways we never dreamed of--and offers big money-making opportunities for manufacturers. May 1, 2014 1175
Wiring up the network. May 1, 2014 2423
Pipe dreams. May 1, 2014 1308
Out of the shadows: the Atomic Weapons Establishment, one of the UK's leading employers of engineers, talks candidly for the first time about its recruitment activities. May 1, 2014 1043
Media-savvy young engineers are changing outmoded images of the profession. Bring it on. Apr 1, 2014 531
Surfing to success in the weird city. Apr 1, 2014 1533
In the fast lane. Company overview Apr 1, 2014 1786
Here's how to excel. Interview Apr 1, 2014 781
People pipeline: the period of expansion that Jaguar Land Rover is enjoying has meant the carmaker has needed to take a fresh look at established recruitment policies. Apr 1, 2014 1207
We've ignored the warnings about climate change. Now it's time for some hard decisions. Mar 1, 2014 558
In the footsteps of Brunel: tunnelling under the Thames calls for sophisticated handling plant to manage thousands of tonnes of spoil. Lee Hibbert visits the Crossrail site. Mar 1, 2014 1563
Bring on the next generation. Mar 1, 2014 2685
Are you being valued? Thinking of putting in for a pay rise? The latest salary survey might give you the ammunition you need. Mar 1, 2014 1816
At long last, signs of progress on income levels are appearing--but the gender pay gap persists. Feb 1, 2014 567
Onward and upward. Feb 1, 2014 1360
3D printing takes off: innovative production methods now being developed in the aerospace sector have the potential to cut costs by slashing the amount of raw material wasted. Feb 1, 2014 2011
In spreading the word about our work, some surprisingly simple methods can prove useful. Jan 1, 2014 522
Britons plan leap into space: innovative heat-exchanger technology promises to play a crucial role when the Skylon vehicle powered by Sabre engines heads for orbit. Jan 1, 2014 1942
Onwards and upwards in 2014: IMechE president Patrick Kniveton ponders the first half of his one-year tenure--and looks forward to the challenges that lie ahead. Interview Jan 1, 2014 1268
Get a grip. Jan 1, 2014 1467
Parallel lines: a virtual version of Crossrail is proving as important to the London rail project's smooth running as its physical counterpart. Jan 1, 2014 2645
View from Westminster. Dec 1, 2013 557
Crowd pullers. Company overview Dec 1, 2013 1919
Engineers and top industrialists want the UK to stay in the EU. So let's have informed debate. Nov 1, 2013 584
Against the flow. Nov 1, 2013 1346
Sensing a solution: a British company has developed a pipeline monitoring technology that could help authorities to clamp down on the activities of oil thieves in Nigeria. Nov 1, 2013 1069
Modelling the future. Interview Nov 1, 2013 772
The answer to HS2-style point-scoring might be an independent body to plan infrastructure. Oct 1, 2013 561
Voyage of discovery. Cover story Oct 1, 2013 2289

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