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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (August 1, 2013)

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8 questions. 791
Blooming plant. Hibbert, Lee 1845
Critical number. Hunt, John Letter to the editor 425
Cryogenic storage research hots up. 218
Driven to succeed: Alastair Johnstone was recently appointed managing director of Bosch Rexroth after 15 years running the company's manufacturing site in Glenrothes, Scotland. Sampson, Ben Interview 601
Energy costs and benefits. Collings, Nick Letter to the editor 222
Exporting technology. Grimshaw, Vince Letter to the editor 267
Factory train will cut costs. 418
Female engineer wins medal for outstanding work in Afghanistan. 560
Firms are bringing manufacturing back to the UK again--and it's a very welcome trend. Hibbert, Lee Editorial 572
Formula student electrified. 388
Freeze fall. Farish, Mike 1936
Get your hands dirty. Johns, Mike Letter to the editor 140
GM's scrap helps the homeless. 505
Going out with a bang: get hands-on with an explosive trip to Waltham Abbey. Bozovic, Lana 589
Heat flux secrets unlocked. 593
High-flyers get a career boost. 313
High-risk strategy. Tootill, Alan Letter to the editor 225
ITM fuels power-to-gas site. 684
Keeping the lights on: Ben Hargreaves looks at how engineers are coming up with ways to conserve energy as the authorities begin to accept the growing threat to our electricity supplies. Hargreaves, Ben 1929
Lanchester among first to get on the road: the development of the early automobile was expensive and precarious, as shown by the archives of early innovator Frederick Lanchester, writes IMechE archivist Karyn Stuckey. Stuckey, Karyn 536
On the campaign trail. Hibbert, Lee Interview 2736
Rock around the clock. Beaney, Martin Letter to the editor 137
Soundbites. 715
Space spin-offs come down to earth: Britain could capture 10% of the lucrative space industry market, and the field is generating novel technologies with some surprising uses. Hargreaves, Ben 1203
Stop navel gazing. Cheater, Chris Letter to the editor 171
Sun seekers: a Cambridge University team hope to be the first British winners of the World Solar Challenge thanks to some innovative engineering thinking. Hibbert, Lee 1849
The Eye notes that some figures concerning the development of Crossrail have emerged that indicate the power of major rail projects to revitalise economically stagnant regions. 151
The image of engineering is a very important issue. 145
The smart way forward. Else, Holly 1790
Tidal turbine reaches full power. 289
Time to get out there and show off: materials engineer and television presenter Professor Mark Miodownik talks about the status of the profession and it's time for high-profile engineers to promote it. Miodownik, Mark 600
Tomorrow's leaders. Else, Holly Interview 1778
Treasure island: Ben Hargreaves visits Shetland's Sullom Voe oil and gas terminal, which is being revitalised for at least another 20 years of productive life. Hargreaves, Ben 1863
UK bridge builder spans continents. 303
View from Westminster: as MPs went on holiday, Ben Hargreaves asked an expert to comment on the coalition's record of helping industry. Hargreaves, Ben 549
Wind power does cut carbon. Burdon, Ian Letter to the editor 624

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