Old gas-guzzling cars are reaching the end of their tenure and, as E&T explains, financially crippled car makers are in a race to hit upon the sustainable car for the future.
A race car built with vegetables and powered by cocoa butter may be green, but does it go? E&T investigates.
E&T weighs up the opportunities and challenges offered by Nowait - a pioneering solar-powered rapid transit system that hasn't yet departed the drawing board.
When you picture green cars, the last thing on your mind would be the typical 200mph racing car. But, as E&T discovers, several new racing series are shattering that conception.
E&T heeds the wisdom of psychedelic rockers Steppenwolf this issue to get its motor running and head out on the highway. Not in any gas-guzzling monstrosities, mind you, but in biodiesel and electric-powered vechicles: a greener future for car makers is laid out across a clutch of exclusive articles. Plus there's plenty more high-powered, innovative content in our range of sector-specific articles, along with comprehensive industry news and E&T's popular regular columns.
For your further delight and edification online, E&T highlights here a collection of other web resources, should you wish to research more information about topics raised in issue 10 of E&T magazine.
The latest incarnation of Microsoft's flagship operating system has much to commend it to enterprise users, reports E&T.
Intelligent agents promise to perform the grunt work associated with many traditional software applications.
Efficient fuel cells could turn hydrogen fuel into a realistic option, discovers E&T, but only if we can figure out how to make it cleanly and distribute it to users.
Jet engine makers think that a hybrid of the turbofan and the turboprop could make aircraft significantly more efficient - if only it can be quietened. E&T reports.
Can satellite navigation systems, car-to-car and car-to-road communications help reduce carbon emissions?
Mobile phones are good news for developing countries, according to the vendors - but the reality is more complicated than that, says E&T.
With parliamentary corruption high on the UK's news agenda, the ethics of managerial responsibility is becoming an increasingly important topic. E&T appraises a new book on ethical behaviour for managers.
A leading management consultant has said that we can cut our global energy dependency by half in the next decade or so. So why do only half of managers take sustainable energy seriously?
The Isle of Man TT circuit is an endurance test for bikes and riders. This year, the programme includes a zero-carbon event, writes E&T. The characteristic smell of motorbikes will be missing, but the excitement will still be there.
Synthetic biology applies engineering techniques to genetic material. E&T reports on a new centre that puts social scientists at the heart of the process.
Tool up this June with some enviable gadget bling for your home.
Electrically powered bicycles have become very popular in continental Europe, but could they find a willing market in the UK? E&T finds out.
The CPU is dead, long live the GPU. E&T talks to nVidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to find out why he thinks the end is nigh for the regular processor.
Getting cheap biofuel out of microbes involves careful tuning.
E&T explains that the European Union has been rolling along the path to rail harmonisation for 20 years, with the occasional delay en route.
Mathematical models could predict how diseases and viruses will spread - and hopefully prevent them from doing so, explains E&T.
The ability of the UK power grid to support the growth of electric cars has been called into question, but as E&T discovers there is more than enough electricity to go around.
Spread the word: social networks do have the potential to become business enablers if you get to know them well enough. E&T explains how.
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