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  • February 1927: a new land speed record

    The Engineer | Archive | 11 Feb 2015

    The Engineer was dubious about Captain Malcolm Campbell’s claim have broken the world land speed record on Pendine Sands

  • Legion of Honour

    The Engineer | Opinion | 2 Feb 2015

    This week’s focus is on who will win an array of prestigious awards recognising the people who have made the most significant advancements in engineering

  • Parker will provide Bloodhound's airbrake backupVideo

    The Engineer | News | 21 Jan 2015

    A composite piston accumulator designed by engineering firm Parker is set to form a vital part of Bloodhound SSC’s attempt to break the world land speed record.

  • It's the destination that matters, not the starting point

    The Engineer | Opinion | 21 Jan 2015

    We shouldn’t get too hung up on what attracts students into STEM. The important thing is that something attracts them.

  • January 1958: Thunder and Lightnings

    The Engineer | Archive | 14 Jan 2015

    The Engineer was dubious about the development process for the fearsome English Electric Lightning

  • Building BloodhoundVideo

    The Engineer | News | 8 Jan 2015

    It’ll take over 3,500 parts to build Bloodhound, many of which are on display in this video, including driver Andy Green, arguably the vehicle’s most vital ‘component’

  • Bloodhound project powers ahead with successful test of hybrid rocketVideo

    The Engineer | News | 11 Dec 2014

    The rocket partners for the Bloodhound Supersonic Car project have successfully fired the vehicle’s new hybrid rocket.

  • Your questions answered: Bloodhound SSC

    The Engineer | In-depth | 19 Nov 2014

    The team behind the Bloodhound SSC answers your questions on the challenges of developing the world’s fastest car.

  • The final frontier is participation

    The Engineer | Opinion | 19 Nov 2014

    Crowdfunding a robotic lunar mission is an ambitious but brilliant idea; but to really enthuse people about space, we must teach them how they can get to grips with the engineering

  • The Engineer Q&A: Bloodhound SSC

    The Engineer | News | 14 Oct 2014

    Your chance to question the team developing the first 1000mph car.

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