History of passenger sea traffic between Europe and Australia is fascinating from an engineering point of view, but is it realistic to try and revive it now?
We announce the winners and runners up of our 'Bring E&T to Unusual Places' photo competition.
An immersive and multi-faceted virtual and augmented reality application from Dassault Systèmes can be used not just in travel and learning, but in engineering too.
A new challenge for E&T readers.
'Buses, Bankers & the Beer of Revenge', a collection of Justin Pollard's 'Eccentric Engineer' columns, is set to be released by the IET. Vitali Vitaliev, co-creator and first editor of the column, talks to him about eccentricity, engineering, history, Cate Blanchett and the ideas behind his popular E&T page.
"Summer is on the way, so we turn our attention to a few leisurely pursuits - and some not-so leisurely ones..."
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- World’s most advanced comms satellite shipped to launch site
- HMS Queen Elizabeth nears completion
- Scientist to benefit from exascale supercomputer deal
- Dinosaurs’ app uses augmented reality
- Titanic II - replica plans going full steam ahead
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- CO2 is good [07:29 pm 16/06/13]
- DECC-EDF makes yet another attempt to fund 3rd Generation Nuclear at any cost [05:02 pm 15/06/13]
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