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The Iter tokamak will be the world's largest fusion reactor

Fusion foundations: the civil challenges underpinning Iter

21 Jul 2014 | By Stuart Nathan

As construction of Iter begins, Stuart Nathan looks at the fusion reactor’s supporting structures

An Airbus A350 wing being assembled at the firm's Broughton plant

Opportunities in the aero industry supply chain

22 Jul 2014 | By Julia Pierce

The UK aerospace industry’s rich and varied supply chain offers a host of exciting and rewarding career opportunities

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July 1878: The invention of the microphone

By Stuart Nathan

Two prolific inventors, one still famous today, the other less so, clashed in the The Engineer over the invention of one of the key technologies of the modern world.

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July 1873: High speed rail

By Jon Excell

An editorial from the early days of The Engineer illustrates our long-held obsession with rapid train travel

Christopher Cockerell, inventor of the hovercraft, pushing his prototype machine

June 1959: The birth of the hovercraft

By Jon Excell

Fifty five years ago this week The Engineer reported on the development of the first hovercraft

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Inside the aerospace factory of the future

17 Jun 2014 | By Stuart Nathan

New technologies will change the way we build aircraft; as well as the aircraft themselves. Stuart Nathan reports

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Digital Edition

The Engineer July Digi Issue

Poll

Should deepening tensions with Russia - and concerns over the impact of economic sanctions - influence the UK's energy policy?

Previous Poll

Europe's largest tidal array in the Pentand Firth off Orkney will eventually generate up to 86MW of power. What will it take for tidal energy to make an appreciable contribution to the UK's energy needs?

Read and comment on the results here

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