A total of 110 items listed.
Responses to ‘Promoting engineering’; Response to ‘Engineering a low-carbon world’
Geoengineering – Challenges and Global Impacts
An exploration of the ways in which the Earth’s climate can be manipulated to counteract the effects of global warming.
Millennium Homes Revisited
Alan Cherry CBE and Richard Hodkinson
A progress report on Greenwich Millennium Village, a sustainable residential development whose construction began in 2000.
Engineering a Low-Carbon world
Dr Scott Steedman FREng
Professor Dominic Reeve, Dr Vanesa Magar, Dr Shunqi Pan
Coastal engineers put forward the probabilities of flooding and how offshore defences are being introduced off the UK coastline
Reed Bed Systems
Professor Joe Biddlestone and David Cooper
How the engineering of reed bed systems is helpingto clean up dirty water
Expedition to Antarctica; World’s first desalination barges; Newton International Fellowships; Leading Lights; Fellow’s book helps fund engineering education
Compact diesel filters
Dr Martyn Twigg
MacRobert Award finalists Johnson Matthey have developed a compact filter that removes harmful particulates from vehicle engine emissions.
Transition to the Ecological Age
Academy New Year Reception 2009
The winner of this year's Sir Frank Whittle Medal for oustanding contribution to engineering gave a lecture at the Academy's New Year Reception.
Severn Lessons - UK energy strategy required
Yaver A. Abidi
Shetland moves towards a hydrogen dream; A towering event; ‘Careers In’ Engineering; Addendum; Chair, Emerging Technologies; Stem subjects strengthened
Response to 'The New Diploma'; Response to 'Rebuilding lives in times of disaster'; Response to ‘Opening up Defence R&D’; Follow-up to ‘Towards Sustainable Growth’