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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (May 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
8 questions. 808
Astronomy lesson. Walker, Colin Letter to the editor 221
BAE recruits brains for naval projects. 223
Beyond Brunel. Seager, Bob Letter to the editor 230
Careers guidance failing pupils. 416
CCS liability could stunt sector. 428
Climate complexity. Siekman, Iain Letter to the editor 196
Cobalt light joins cancer fight. 659
Cook urges young to follow his lead. 305
Could we be asking too much in expecting grubby. 143
Deep pockets. Sampson, Ben 1460
Delayed reaction. Hargreaves, Ben 2016
Engineers will need the backing of politicians to make energy storage a national priority. Hibbert, Lee 539
Eye quite fancies itself in silver hotpants. 183
Get sport onside. Allen, Tom Letter to the editor 130
Going up, up, up: Ben Hargreaves takes in an exhibition on skyscrapers. Hargreaves, Ben 713
Google's self-drive future nearer. 687
Integration opportunity. Wilson, James Letter to the editor 188
Keep climate change on radar. 761
Keep it in the family: research shows that the influence of family members on youngsters considering a career in engineering cannot be underestimated. Blake, Tanya 1457
Make your voice heard. 422
Our profession is the basis of Britain's economic prosperity. Davis, John Letter to the editor 295
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. Hibbert, Lee 1043
Palace revisited. Jordan, Bill Letter to the editor 140
Parliamentary role. Mason, Roy Letter to the editor 231
Pipe dreams. Hibbert, Lee 1308
Ready for battle: Ernest Lemon left a successful career on the railways to revitalise the supply of planes for the heroic pilots of the Battle of Britain. Stuckey, Karyn 607
Robots bring work home. Hargreaves, Ben 1475
Soundbites. 854
Splash and grab. Blake, Tanya Cover story 2063
Sponsorship helps to retain foreign talent: employers can ensure access to a pool of skilled overseas students by sponsoring those who have just graduated, says Annabel Mace, partner at law firm Squire Sanders. Mace, Annabel 692
Straying off-track. Rainbow, Bob Letter to the editor 137
Students put off by 'cool' Britain. 446
Subsidy cuts may damage 2020 target. 377
The new Aerospace Technology Institute will help the UK maintain its competitive edge in aviation. Hargreaves, Ben 537
The sky's the limit: Stephen Henwood CBE will oversee a massive tranche of research and development spending in his new role as the first chair of the Aerospace Technology Institute. Blake, Tanya Interview 689
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. Hibbert, Lee 1175
The white stuff: salinity variation between different types of water could provide a valuable future source of renewable energy. Moskvitch, Katia 1914
Unfair on Brunel. Marshall, Simon Letter to the editor 225
Volunteer forum forges links and boosts skills. 945
Whatever the weather. 4553
Wiring up the network. Hibbert, Lee 2423

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