From an ink pot to a PC hard drive - E&T chronicles the super-fast (from our point of view) evolution of the technology of writing.
Vitali Vitaliev recalls his encounters with America's increasingly popular trend of 'commodification', where trees, buildings, food and even people are all made of plastic.
Vitali 'Two Stents' Vitaliev on a pioneering electronic device which has saved his life.
In this issues round-up of books we've been learning how to live dangerously - amongst other things.
E&T reviews the first ever novel written by a computer.
"Africa is abundant with engineering opportunity. We look at some of the projects and the problems."
- Greenpeace frowns at Centrica's getting a shale-gas venture stake
- Chinese space capsule reaches its ‘Heavenly Palace’
- Scientist to benefit from exascale supercomputer deal
- HMS Queen Elizabeth nears completion
- Apple might launch cheaper iPhone with a bigger screen
- World’s largest ship named after former Maersk CEO
- Creating an Iphone App [05:50 pm 17/06/13]
- E&T magazine - Debate - HS2, the need for speed [05:02 pm 17/06/13]
- 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]
- Transformers Vector Group [09:46 am 15/06/13]
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