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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (October 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
Act now on fire risks. Lloyd, Richard Letter to the editor 192
Automation 'could plug skills gap post-Brexit'. Flaig, Joseph 481
Boeing, ALFED and Nissan speakers for the UK's largest advanced engineering show. 594
COULD EVAPORATION POWER HOMES? 264
Could you be the IMechE's photographer of the year? 314
Driverless future. Sale, Tim Letter to the editor 403
Drones uncover secrets of the past. 271
EDITOR'S NOTE. Moskvitch, Katia 648
Full steam ahead: Chris Armitage, CEO of Heliex Power, on rolling out a new way of harnessing the power of steam. Armitage, Chris 604
Gearing up to take diesel off the road. Madslien, Jorn 602
Going nano: shape-shifting circuits and soft robots. 242
HAVE WE FORGOTTEN OUR DUTY OF CARE? Crossley, Ian Letter to the editor 325
HOLLY'S COMET. Eliseev, Alex 1632
Image problem. 156
Inspiring Prince. Berry, Ian Letter to the editor 179
INTERNET OF THINGS IS 'COMING OF AGE'. Katwala, Amit 219
Making better batteries at the speed of light. Katwala, Amit 603
NO BATTERIES INCLUDED: New forms of energy harvesting and low-powered sensors promise to eliminate batteries and enable the Internet of Things. Katwala, Amit 1988
Oil & gas: risk-taking robots. Flaig, Joseph 463
PRINTING CITIES. Williams, Lee 1818
Quitting the North Sea. Flaig, Joseph 2081
REEF POWER. 238
Saharan sun could power Europe. 187
Shining a light on healthcare engineering. Interview 685
Silkworms help create high-tech wearables: Materials scientist Yingying Zhang from Tsinghua University in China on creating flexible sensors with super-silk. 549
Stamp out sexism. Harvey, Caroline Letter to the editor 186
STARGAZING FROM THE STRATOSPHERE. Skuse, Ben 2118
TAKE SMALL STEPS TOWARDS INDUSTRY/ 4.0. Salter, Kieron 594
The Victorian engineer David Joy's gifts as a draughtsman led him to become a prolific inventor. French, Karyn 700
Universities challenged. Morgan, Rhys 565
Weaving the way towards computers. Moore, John 663
WHAT NEXT FOR BOEING AND BOMBARDIER? Katwala, Amit 440
With offshore wind energy now officially cheaper than new nuclear, can advances in energy storage replace the need for the baseload coming from nuclear power stations? 694

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