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.
The UK's new toddler technology scheme makes E&T wary of infantile projects engineered by seemingly responsible adults.
Ingenious ways of defecting.
E&T introduces this issue's features with a report from Expo 2008, which has just closed in the Spanish city of Zaragoza.
"Who's getting the best engineering education? And what did your careers advisor suggest you do when you leave school?"
- Raspberry Pi education kits: how they can help develop IT skills
- India’s orbiter readies for Mars encounter
- A survey of engineering education throughout the world
- Dawn of underwater Internet of Things
- The rise and rise of the smart city
- India to build hydroelectric plant in electricity-starved Nepal
- What to Specialise in Electronics Engineering?? [03:02 am 03/04/14]
- Britain to have just one remaining coal pit by the end of 2015 [01:11 am 03/04/14]
- LV Generator Star point earthing - UK [08:35 pm 02/04/14]
- East West Rail - the Oxford to Bedford route [07:33 pm 02/04/14]
- Small nuclear power [06:06 pm 02/04/14]
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