Ingenia - Issue 2, October 1999


Lord Sainsbury of Turville HonFREng

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Is IT wrecking education?

Professor John Midwinter OBE FREng FRS

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Down to the wire - who will win the 30th MacRobert Award?

Jane Sutton

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Mobile Telephones and human health - and overview

SG Allen, SM Mann, RD Saunders, ZJ Sienkiewicz and JW Stather

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Mobile data - the new industry

O Williams Chairman, Screen plc and R Hill Managing Director, Petards Datax Ltd

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Microelectronics - the new steel

Ray Oakley

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The Competitiveness White Paper - is IT UK OK?

John P Leighfield CBE

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The Information Age goes wireless

Will Gibson

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Educational technology: from teaching machines to HandLeRs

Mike Sharples

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The academic/industrial interface in engineering

Professor M J Kelly FREng FRS

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Which came first - the customer or the engineer?

David Brown FREng

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Irlam rail embankment

Mott MacDonald

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Towards a friction-free economy

Patrick Foley

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Delivering rheology to the consumer - the challenges facing process engineering science in the manufacture of liquid products

Professor Howard A Barnes OBE DSc FREng

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Designing for structure: new metaphors in processes and equipment

Dr Julio Ottino

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How to stop technology-based projects going wrong

Peter WG Morris

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Composites in civil engineering: an overview

Dr Sam Luke PhD CEng MBCS

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The Right Chemistry for a Sustainable Life Style

Rob Margetts CBE FREng

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Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief Dr John Forrest FREng
Managing Editor Kensington Publications Editorial Team
Editorial Board Professor John Burland FREng FRS
Basil Butler CBE FREng
Dr Anthony Denton CBE FREng
Richard Dodds FREng
Peter Guthrie OBE FREng
Professor Michael Kelly FREng FRS
Professor John Midwinter OBE FREng
Professor Roger Wootton FREng

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