Is the battery-powered car ever going to be a viable option? E&T examines the unavoidable fact that electric vehicles - and devices such as Internet tablets - need higher-capacity batteries.
New information on how biofuels burn is paving the way to greener transport fuels, reports E&T.
Increased access to high-performance computing power means physicians and technologists can reshape the frontiers of surgical procedure.
Reliable and cost effective storage is key to keeping the lights on in the renewable world, so E&T visited a Cambridge company that thinks they have found a solution.
In this issue, E&T considers the future for battery-powered cars; checks in to the meeting room of the future; sees through the matter of transparent electronics; welcomes biofuels back to the eco agenda and thanks its lucky stars for the supercomputers helping out with crucial surgery. There's also plenty of juice in our subject-specific feature content, we've recharged our industry news and there's a full-power selection of E&T's popular columns.
Mobile networks that optimise themselves could save operators money, E&T investigates.
Elastic antennas could make wearable electronics more comfortable, and enable cognitive radios, E&T explains.
We look a the best accessories that will allow you to get the most out of your new iPad.
Industry commentator John Dwyer has just filed his 100th management column for the IET website. During the past five years he's tracked the foibles of the boardroom, Whitehall, and even our own organisation. Here's his pick.
E&T on table-top-computing and other collaborative work space technologies from his state-of-the-art Meeting Room of the Future.
The collapse of the Internet bubble took the photonics industry down with it. But it's starting to attract venture capital investment again.
Our in-house futurologist explains the importance of so-called 'weak signals' for predicting new trends in technological and social development.
E&T visits a model racing-car manufacturer, and discovers that many of the tools, materials, challenges and demands involved in designing and building cars are the same, whatever scale you build them to.
Transparent electronic materials will make it possible to build a new generation of smart objects.
Broadcasters are seeking to cut costs with studio automation.
Cammell Laird jumboises Nexans' cablelayer Skagerrak.
Personal 3D displays, robot-run factories and companies owned by machines are all nearer than you think, reports E&T.
E&T reports from the International Space Development Conference (ISDC) held in Chicago 27-31 May.
India's readiness to grasp technology has resulted in the country emerging as an economic power to be taken note of. But who are the main players in the engineering sector and how do we deal with them? E&T reads an important new book on the subject.
The Deepwater Horizon disaster has implications for the wider oil and gas industry.
The opportunities for collaboration between industry and academia are now too big to ignore, argues E&T, as we review a recent conference that took in topics as diverse as space technology, Iron Age artefacts, materials analysis and government funding.
The latest design concepts that could help make the kitchen the most important room in your world. Think you could do better? Are the designers missing a trick? Make your suggestions for the future kitchen...
The UK's new government is shaking-up public sector IT in the UK: what are the implications for IT practice?
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