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  • 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.

  • Army technicians engineer inspiration with Bloodhound SSC

    The Engineer | Opinion | 1 Aug 2014

    Education is an important part of the Bloodhound project, and Major Oli Morgan explains how the Army engineers seconded to the team are helping to raise awareness of engineering and enthusing Blooodhound’s young fans through hands-on projects

  • High-speed office fit-outVideo

    The Engineer | News Analysis | 25 Jun 2014

    Bloodhound’s newly unveiled cockpit was custom-designed by the driver who will make the 1000mph record attempt.

  • This engineer went from final exams to building the world’s fastest car in one week

    The Engineer | In-depth | 15 May 2014

    Recent graduate and Bloodhound design engineer, Jenna Gaff, explains how she secured her dream job.

  • Engineering prizes reveal how human spirit drives technology

    The Engineer | Opinion | 11 Apr 2014

    The round-the-world solar flight attempt is the latest in a new era of technology competitions and challenges that could have a major impact on our world.

  • Machine age

    The Engineer | In-depth | 21 Mar 2014

    With the continuing buzz around UK manufacturing, MACH 2014 promises to be a key event for the machine-tool community

  • Cutting edge: Nissan's vision for an electric sports car

    The Engineer | In-depth | 20 Feb 2014

    An estimated cost of less than £30,000 could help the BladeGlider concept car change the image of electric vehicles.

  • Welcome recognition

    The Engineer | Opinion | 16 Jan 2014

    The presence of Ron Ayers - one of the UK’s most celebrated engineers - on this year’s honours list is cause for celebration writes our anonymous blogger

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