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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (October 1, 2015)

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3D printed animal shapes for children. 112
8 questions. 638
Academic insight: Dr Jordan Boyle, lecturer in engineering systems, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds. Boyle, Jordan 523
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. Hibbert, Lee Cover story 2169
Are you excited or fearful about the growing capabilities of drone technology, both for hobbyist and military applications? 745
Back in time: from these pages in October 1999. 199
Bumpy ride. Stanghan, Richard Letter to the editor 136
Careers charity needs more engineers. 152
Chemputer 3D printer. 171
Climate change will bring flood of problems. Siekman, Iain Letter to the editor 254
Corridors of power. Allison, John Letter to the editor 103
Diary dates. Calendar 115
Diesel is essential to combat climate change, say IMechE experts. 659
Digital dimensions ... Engineer360 combines performance reviews with career development. 734
Drug delivery needles can be 3D printed. 252
Energy storage is the key. Heath, Tom Letter to the editor 258
Fracking offers a solution. Scott, Charles Letter to the editor 262
Gadget of the month... an HD thermal camera with detailed long-distance imaging. 385
Gas makes more sense. Crossley, Ian A. Letter to the editor 240
Global perspectives: the oil and gas industry is at a crossroads as carbon pricing moves higher up the international agenda. Sampson, Ben 514
Good housekeeping reducing food waste is becoming a priority for manufacturers. Tanya Blake looks at how companies are approaching the challenge, and finds the solutions need not be costly or high-tech. Blake, Tanya 1952
In an attempt to outshine engineers. 132
Inside the synchrotron. Sampson, Ben 2155
Just the ticket: enthusiasts are busy at workshops in north Wales bringing a historic steam locomotive back to full working order. Rhodri Clark looks at the loco's history and what's involved in the restoration. Clark, Rhodri 1744
Keep printing the tablets. Blake, Tanya 2241
Lightweight valve wins over investors. 315
Maintenance on the move: the mobile maintenance train is at last up and running on Britain's railways. Mike Farish looks at how it's performing. Farish, Mike 1189
Management pass notes ... the sharing economy. 246
Masterclass: Patrick Woodman, head of external affairs at the Chartered Management Institute. 362
Micromotors could take C[O.sub.2] from oceans. 300
My bright idea ... University of Bath PhD student Robert Worthing thinks cycloidal rotor systems could deliver significant performance and energy gains in helicopter designs. Worthing, Robert 553
My engineering hobby ... old steam engines can inspire the young. 350
Oil rigs set to see 3D printing soon. 249
On the road to autonomy: fully autonomous cars are still a long way off, but their building blocks are becoming increasingly popular with European drivers. Boagey, Rachel 1096
Perfect podcasts. 162
Playing catch-up. Davis, Brian 1962
Profile: Dirk Ville. Hibbert, Lee Interview 1542
Radio frequency waves power electronic devices. 313
Rotary engines will cut emissions. 285
Simulation record smashed. 158
Students break British human-powered land speed record. 565
Sunset industry. Mitchell, Scott Letter to the editor 226
Switched off. Spare, Paul Letter to the editor 149
The Redcar steel plant closure could be the first of many, industry warns the government. Hibbert, Lee 506
The Volkswagen emissions testing scandal has put the issue of professional ethics in the spotlight. Hibbert, Lee 513
This year marks two centuries since George Stephenson invented the Geordie lamp, writes IMechE assistant archivist Sarah Broadhurst. Broadhurst, Sarah 634
Tide of protest meets Thames hydro project. 456
Useful apps. 169
Website of the month. 124
Who needs drivers? Edwards, Royston Letter to the editor 145
With its collection of historic locomotives, Shildon's educational and interactive National Railway Museum makes an ideal family day out. Hibbert, Lee 678
Youth without borders founder honoured. 375

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