Ingenia - Issue 4, April 2000


Current difficulties should not distract from the vital future role of nuclear power

Dr William Wilkinson CBE FREng FRS

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The boom in ‘dotcom’ business means an international shortage of skilled managers

Alister Piggott

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Engineering a more exciting education – The Electrical Engineering Students European Association explained

Paolo Cuomo

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Protecting rail passengers: options for railway safety

Sir David Davies CBE FREng FRS

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The state of our railways

Roderick A Smith FREng

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Supply chain excellence: engineering opportunities

Roger S Benson FREng

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Engineering and sustainable development

David Fisk CB FREng

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Creating value in the oil and gas industry

B C Liew

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Britain’s winning formula

Martin Beck-Burridge

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Cracked liquid metals create defective castings

Professor John Campbell OBE FREng

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Laser Lace

Dr Mike Jackson

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Fuel cells: profitable products, good for the environment

James Larminie

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Information technology crime, terrorism and warfare

Professor Ralph Benjamin CB FREng and Bill Uttley-Moore FREng

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Communications history: the first thirty-seven centuries

Professor Laszlo Solymar FRS

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Digital surface photogrammetry: a new medical imaging modality

David Segal

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Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief Dr John Forrest FREng
Managing Editor Richard Lawrence
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 FRS
Professor Roger Wootton FREng

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