Ingenia - Issue 77, December 2018

 

Professor Sir Saeed Zahedi OBE RDI FREng - Bodies of work

Michael Kenward OBE

Professor Sir Saeed Zahedi OBE RDI FREng has combined expertise in both mechanical and biomedical engineering to build a successful career in prosthetics.

Professor Ian Fells CBE FREng FRSE and Phil Smith

Articles in this issue

How I got here - Rahul Mandal

Nuclear research engineer Dr Rahul Mandal used his expertise in science and engineering to help him win The Great British Bake Off.

The football pitch in three pieces

The football pitch in three pieces

Richard Gray

Tottenham Hotspur’s redeveloped football stadium in North London is the first in the world to feature a dividing pitch that slides under the south stand to reveal an artificial NFL playing field.

Warm response to fluid dynamics

Warm response to fluid dynamics

Michael Kenward OBE

Formula One expertise has helped develop an aerodynamic device that significantly reduces the energy consumed by supermarket refrigerators, and reduces the ‘frozen aisle’ effect at the same time.

An easier way to diagnose disease

An easier way to diagnose disease

Michael Kenward OBE

Diagnosing diseases such as cancer usually involves a series of invasive tests and procedures. Owlstone Medical has developed a non-invasive procedure that aims to quickly and painlessly identify a range of diseases through a simple breathalyser test.

The evolution of Earth observation

The evolution of Earth observation

Tereza Pultarova

Satellite images have been used for many years to collect information about Earth’s natural and built environments. Developments in technology are changing how this information is accessed and being used.

Going underground

Hugh Ferguson

A first-of-its-kind engineering project added a five-storey basement to Claridge’s while the hotel was still operational. Traditional methods might have resulted in shutting down and demolishing parts of the hotel.

INNOVATION WATCH - A new way to make music

An innovative range of instruments is changing the way that people make music, with pressure-sensitive silicon where there used to be piano keys, drums and strings.

HOW DOES THAT WORK - Speech recognition

Speech recognition software is a common feature in several devices, including smartphones, computers and virtual assistants.

Editorial Board

  Editor-in-Chief Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng
  Managing Editor Gemma Hummerston
  Publications Officer Portia Sale
 
  Editorial Board Professor Andrew Bell FREng
Professor John Burland CBE FREng FRS
Ginny Clarke CBE FREng
Professor David Delpy FREng FMedSci FRS
Michael Kenward OBE
John Loughhead CB OBE FREng
Dr Paul Miller FREng
Dr Ian Nussey OBE FREng
Professor William Stewart FREng
Professor Liz Tanner OBE FREng FRSE
Faith Wainwright MBE FREng
Professor William Webb FREng
 
  Associate Director, Communications and Partnerships Jo Trigg

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