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Flood water in Carlisle on 6 December 2015

Flood management: how to hold back the waters

Simple measures to slow down the outflow from river catchments can take the pressure off flood-prone towns. Computer models hold the key to getting it right.

A hacker working on a laptop

The good news is that the grab-and-go method of ATM fraud is on the decline. The bad news is that criminals are using sophisticated cyber techniques to steal customer data and money.

Concorde with crew

On the 40th anniversary of the supersonic airliner’s maiden commercial flight, we look at the dramatic story of the ascent and descent of Concorde.

‘The Mechanics of Genius’ exhibition

Leonardo da Vinci is heralded as the greatest artist of all time. But was he also the greatest engineer? This February ‘The Mechanics of Genius’ exhibition opens at the Science Museum, London, making the case that Leonardo’s legacy was as much his engineering masterpieces as the Mona Lisa.

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About E&T magazine

E&T is the IET's award-winning monthly magazine and associated website for professional engineers, with a circulation of approximately 150,000. It covers all areas of engineering and technology through exclusive news, features, analysis, announcements and job adverts. 

The scope of E&T’s coverage is highly varied and broad and is aimed at professionals working in all areas of engineering and technology, including the key industry sectors of the built environment, design and production, energy, information and communications, and transport.

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E&T is published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology for its members through the wholly owned subsidiary IET Services. The magazine is editorially independent of the institution and the views expressed in it do not necessarily reflect those of its editors or publishers.

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The magazine and its journalists have enjoyed success in media industry awards in recent years.

E&T magazine and E&T online

Gold award, Special section ('Watches'), TABPI awards 2015
Honourable Mention, Best focus issue ('Utopia'), TABPI awards 2015
Honourable Mention, Best single issue ('Turing’s Enigma'), TABPI awards 2015
Honourable mention, Best website, TABPI awards 2015
Shortlisted, Digital product of the year (E&T Online) and membership magazine of the year, PPA Independent Publisher Awards 2014
Shortlisted, Business magazine of the Year, BSME 2014

Dickon Ross, Editor-in-chief

Shortlisted, Editor of the year, PPA Independent Publisher Awards 2014
Shortlisted, Editor of the year, Business Media, PPA Awards 2012
Winner, Editor of the year, Business and Professional Magazines (non-weekly), BSME Awards 2011
Shortlisted, Editor of the year, Business and Professional Magazines (non-weekly), BSME Awards 2009
Winner, Editor of the year, Business and Professional Magazines (non-weekly), BSME Awards 2008
Runner up, Editor-in-Chief Best Single Issue, TABPI: Trade Association Business Publications International (‘Tabbie’) awards 2010
Gold award, Editor-in-Chief, Best special section ('the Undergound Issue'), TABPI Awards 2010

Vitali Vitaliev, Features editor

Gold award, Best regular column ('After All'), TABPI Awards 2015
Shortlisted, Columnist of the year ('After All'), Business Media, PPA Awards 2015
Bronze award, Best regular column ('After All'), TABPI Awards 2014
Shortlisted, Best feature idea, BSME Awards, 2013
Honourable mention, Best regular column, TABPI Awards 2012
Shortlisted, Columnist of the year, Business Media (for ‘After All’ column), PPA Awards 2011
Best special section ('the Undergound Issue'), winner, TABPI Awards 2010
Highly commended, Columnist of the year, Business Media, PPA Awards 2009

John Rooney, Chief designer

Honourable mention, Best digital front cover, TABPI awards 2014
Shortlisted, Digital art director 2014 (Tablet edition), BSME Rising Stars 2014
Shortlisted, Art director of the year (Business), BSME Rising Stars, 2013
Honorable Mention, Opening Spread, TABPI awards 2013
Honorable Mention, Front cover illustration, TABPI awards 2013
Bronze award, Front cover special issue, TABPI awards 2012
Honorable Mention, Opening spread, TABPI awards 2012
Shortlisted, Designer of the Year, Business Media, PPA awards 2012
Shortlisted, Art director of the year (Business), BSME awards 2011
Bronze award, front cover, Illustration, TABPI Awards 2010
Highly commended, Designer of the year, Business Media, PPA Awards 2009
Shortlisted Designer of the year, IPPA Awards 2009

Art Desk team

Best art team, BSME Rising Star awards 2015
Honorable mention, the design team, contents page, TABPI Awards 2010

Aasha Bodhani, Engineering features editor (2011-2015)

Shortlisted, Best overall information security feature article of the year, ‘Securing the Sale’, BT Security Journalism Awards 2014
Winner, Best overall feature article of the year, BT Security Journalism Awards 2013

Justin Pollard (freelance journalist)

For Eccentric Engineer column
Winner, Columnist of the year, PPA Independent Publisher Awards 2014
Shortlisted, Columnist of the year, Business Media, PPA Awards 2012
Shortlisted, Columnist of the year, Business Media, PPA Awards 2010
Shortlisted, Columnist of the year, Magazine Design and Journalism Awards 2008

Chris Titley (freelance journalist)

Silver Winner, Best feature article, TABPI Awards 2010

Mark Harris (freelance journalist)

Gold Award, Technical article, TABPI Awards 2010

Amy Spurling (freelance journalist)

Silver Award, Focus / profile article, TABPI Awards 2010

Popular articles
Bluetooth and the Internet of Things: Mark Powell, Bluetooth SIG
Bluetooth's prime-time may well now be imminent, with the Internet of Things and the happy marriage of smart devices in smart homes set to sidle into people's lives incrementally, connected gadget by connected gadget.

WW1: First World War communications and the 'Tele-net of Things'
The exigencies of the 1914-1918 conflict meant that electronic communications on the Allied side had to find new ways to interoperate both on the battlefield and on the Home Front: but can the beginnings of 2014's interconnected domains be found in innovations that came out of the necessities of that war?

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Get an early warning of EMC problems
Don’t leave it too late before you get an EMC health check on a new product design.

Analysis: Ukraine grid hack is wake-up call for network operators
A cyber attack on Ukraine’s power grid that caused a six-hour blackout before Christmas raises concerns about the cyber-preparedness of infrastructure operators around the world.

WW1: Combat helmet technology - the Brodie steel helmet
An iconic symbol of war, the Brodie was the first combat helmet to be specifically designed and engineered for Western Front battlefield conditions – and its legacy extends to the composite material military hard hats worn by today's fighting forces.

Past issues
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Engineering and Technology: issue 1 2016

Issue: 1

19 January 2016

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Engineering and Technology: issue 12 2015

Issue: 12

15 December 2015

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Engineering and Technology: issue 11 2015

Issue: 11

9 November 2015

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Engineering and Technology: issue 10 2015

Issue: 10

13 October 2015

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