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  • GKN Aerospace joins Clean Sky 2 project

    The Engineer | News | 29 Sep 2015

    €4bn EU initiative aims to significantly reduce the weight  amd emissions of aeroplane engines. 

  • Bloodhound meets its public

    The Engineer | Opinion | 25 Sep 2015

    After seven years’ hard work and a complicated build programme, Bloodhound SSC is finally making its public debut ahead of its first full test and record attempt next year. The Engineer visited and spoke to the team

  • Self-healing, additive alloys study for aerospace kicks off

    The Engineer | News | 23 Sep 2015

    A research project is underway to investigate self-healing alloys for use in aerospace structures.

  • Getting to grips with Industry 4.0

    The Engineer | In-depth | 15 Sep 2015

    Is the much-trumpeted Industry 4.0 just a new way of labelling things or a key factor in our industrial evolution?

  • Lightweight armour occupies defence sector

    The Engineer | In-depth | 14 Sep 2015

    The defence industry is working intensively on lighter body armour.

  • 3D biomaterials project takes off

    The Engineer | News | 26 Aug 2015

    £6.5m research programme will explore the use of 3D materials in regenerative medicine, drug delivery, and medical devices.

  • Taking care of the fine detail

    The Engineer | In-depth | 10 Aug 2015

    The success of 3D printing depends on understanding the properties of the metal powders that are its raw materials.

  • Alone on the ocean wave

    The Engineer | Opinion | 5 Aug 2015

    After driverless cars and pilotless aircraft, it’s time for ships to become autonomous, as our upcoming digital August issue will explain

  • Renishaw posts 'incredible' results as turnover nears £500m

    The Engineer | News | 29 Jul 2015

    Renishaw’s full-year results reveal a record turnover of nearly £495m, record profits, a rock solid balance sheet and cash position.

  • Graphene ink to print energy storage devices

    The Engineer | News | 20 Jul 2015

    Batteries, supercapacitors and other energy storage devices could one day be printed on desktops from conductive graphene ink, thanks to researchers in the UK.

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The Chancellor has announced that a politically neutral Commission is to oversee infrastructure projects in the UK. Chaired by former Labour transport secretary Lord Adonis, it will seek to streamline and speed up approval and planning processes. Which sector of the infrastructure should be its first priority?