Ingenia - Issue 89, December 2021

 

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Fuel for a net zero future

Synthetic petroleum, which is produced from fossil-free sources, is an alternative to traditional fuels.

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Stories include an innovative incubator, a sculpture using 250-year-old air, a record-breaking electric aircraft and engineering engagement activities.

A system is needed to deliver on COP26

Professor Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, reflects on his experience at COP26.

The ethics of engineering net zero

Professor Raffaella Ocone OBE FREng FRSE has pioneered teaching ethics to engineering students.

Articles in this issue

How I got here – Hassan and Hussain Moftah

How I got here – Hassan and Hussain Moftah

Twins Hassan and Hussain Moftah are both data analysts whose work overlaps with data engineering and science.

Q's innovative technology

Q's innovative technology

The James Bond films – and books – are known for their exciting and innovative gadgets. Although mostly fictional, some do have their roots in real-world technology.

Pitch perfect engineering

Pitch perfect engineering

Grounds management is a growing industry in the UK, with highly skilled individuals and cutting-edge technology ensuring that sports pitches are in optimal condition.

The sound before the slide

The sound before the slide

Engineers at Loughborough University have developed a tool that listens for sounds of ground movement to detect and warn of landslides.

Machining titanium components

Machining titanium components

Ed Mason designs and machines bespoke titanium components for bicycles.

How does that work? Wastewater epidemiology

How does that work? Wastewater epidemiology

Countries across the world are sampling and testing wastewater to identify and track cases of COVID-19.

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