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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (June 1, 2012)

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'Don't stifle sport innovation'. 348
9 questions: manufacturers remain sceptical over government endeavours to rebalance Britain's economy. 543
All the fun of the fair: Hampshire museum celebrates all things steam-driven. Bozovic, Lana 684
Bikers need training. Rowney, Brian Letter to the editor 119
Climate models are wrong. Leyland, Bryan William Letter to the editor 103
Coalition lets us down. Sepahy, Darius Letter to the editor 151
Crowning glory: professor Julia King's first love was research and now she's running a whole university--the culmination of a successful career that has also seen her managing Rolls-Royce businesses. Hibbert, Lee Cover story 2399
Cyclists' blind spots. Dewsnap, George Letter to the editor 106
Editor's comment: let's applaud the engineers working to help the British team win gold at the Olympics. Editorial 559
Engineers and public tell government it should buy British. 314
Euston, we have a problem: the massive increase in arrivals via the High Speed Two rail line is bound to put its London terminus under strain. Holly Else looks at plans to ease the pressure on Euston station. Else, Holly 1866
Futile endeavour? Allison, John Letter to the editor 253
Gathering in the harvest. Vincent, Julian Letter to the editor 161
Getting into the swim: after a decade of development work, a small Welsh firm is finally preparing to test a full-scale prototype of its tidal energy device off the coast. Hibbert, Lee 1224
How the ministry hindered Whittle. Mortimer, John; Whittle, Ian; Berry, Ian Letter to the editor 838
How to make regional economies take off: we must spread aviation's riches around the country if we are to boost manufacturing, says John Morris, Birmingham Airport's head of government and industry affairs. Morris, John 553
IMechE calls for action to develop electricity storage. 585
IMechE fellow tells MPs that the rules on licensing of medical implants need to be overhauled. Hargreaves, Ben 496
Learning on the job: with university fees set to soar, there's never been a better time for school-leavers to consider becoming engineering apprentices. Hargreaves, Ben 651
No more cheap oil. Davis, John Letter to the editor 238
Race for renewables: can Scotland really deliver on its daring renewable energy goal? Else, Holly 1391
Record breaker: acclaimed aerodynamicist Ron Ayers talks to Lee Hibbert about his fascination with land-speed record making and why he believes the Bloodhound supersonic car will smash the 1,000mph barrier. Hibbert, Lee Interview 2411
Road train speeds along Spanish motorway at 85km/h. 634
Role in revitalising economy: professor Isobel Pollock, 127th president of the IMechE, explains her passion for engineering, and how through working together we can help industry to thrive. Pollock, Isobel 569
Running under the wires. Thomson, Paul Letter to the editor 337
Soundbites. 762
Stirling effort: a 19th-century clergyman's passion for science led to the invention of a heat engine that is finding new uses to this day. Gardner, Laura 696
Students get in gear. 214
Sunny side up: the number of solar power installations is rising but the switch to green energy could happen faster if government policy were more positive. Hargreaves, Ben 1043
The Eye is obviously pleased to see Jaguar Land Rover doing so well, with profits of 1.5 billion [pounds sterling] announced in its most recent results. Financial report 139
The government may be missing out on an opportunity to involve British companies in designing 21st-century rail technology as the momentum behind HS2 gathers pace. 148
Threat to wildlife. Kressman, Martin A. Letter to the editor 118
Top firms take engineers on board. 344
Travelling light: with fuel costs and congestion continuing to rise, researchers are striving to find ways to make the transport sector more efficient, and environmentally friendly. Hargreaves, Ben 1669
We're all CAD users now: the much-heralded "democratisation" of 3D data, powered by cloud computing, is actually happening. Lucas, Richard 1484
Zero-emission cars too good to be true: misleading advertising leads consumers to think they are greener than they really are when they buy electric vehicles, writes Jon Hilton, co-owner of Flybrid Systems. Hilton, Jon 607

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