Ingenia - Issue 91, June 2022

 

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Breathing new life into wind turbine blades

As wind turbine blades are being retired in increasing numbers, engineers are coming up with solutions to extend their use.

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Repair or replace – what drives a circular economy?

Paul Hide from AMDEA looks at what right to repair legislation means for manufacturers.

Inventing a communication revolution

Professor Lucy Rogers FREng’s career has taken in animatronic dinosaurs, TV robots and even farting cats.

Stories include this year's MacRobert Award nominees, a portable incubator now being used in Ukraine, and the Elizabeth line's opening

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How I got here - Jean Morris

How I got here - Jean Morris

Research engineer Jean Morris tells how her career has led to an award-winning ventilator.

Unfolding clothes that grow

Unfolding clothes that grow

Petit Pli’s space tech-inspired and sustainable children’s clothing grows with the wearer.

NFTs

NFTs

Loved by celebrities and always in the news, NFTs are the latest ‘big thing’, but what are they?

Metamaterials, metalenses and beyond

Metamaterials, metalenses and beyond

Techniques used to manufacture semiconductors are being used to make lenses ultrathin, leading to even slimmer smartphone cameras.

Adding value through maintenance

Adding value through maintenance

Modern technology is playing an increasingly important role in the maintenance of key infrastructure and other systems.

Engineering biodiversity

Engineering biodiversity

New legislation means that all new developments, such as roads and railways, must demonstrate how they have increased biodiversity.

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