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The future of fuel

How will cars be designed in the future? Paul Fanning speaks to Jamie Turner of Lotus Engineering.

A Minister for change?

Government's role in addressing the skills crisis is vital and, according to John Hayes MP, Minister of State for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning in the Department for Business, ...

Hitting the targets

The Carbon Reduction Commitment may be concentrating minds on energy efficiency, but there is still some way to go. Paul Fanning talks to one of those who is trying to spread the message.

Nano gets bigger

Nanotechnology is here and now. Paul Fanning talks to Dr Martin Kemp, who is seeking to help the technology make the leap into the industrial lexicon.

Stronger together

Bringing together four companies to create a single-source solution is the challenge facing Tony Lowe of ARRK Europe.

Interview: Paul Neal

How does a design consultancy contribute to the development of other people's products? Paul Fanning asks Paul Neal of Product Partners.

Staying positive: Interview with Paul Cooke

There is no shortage of people at the moment eager to tell you that the economic downturn that has afflicted the economy over the last 18 months was inevitable and that they saw it coming. However, ...

Voice of experience

Tom Shelley interviews Charles Gonsalves, possibly Britain's oldest practising engineer with a lifetime's knowledge to impart to the next generation of engineers.

60 Second Interview: Mark Sanders

Mark Sanders, principal product design and engineering consultancy MAS Design and winner of Design Engineer of the Year at this year's British Engineering Excellence Awards

Professor with marine vision

Tom Shelley interviews Professor Carl Ross about his vision of using composites in future cutting edge projects to make use of the planet's resources

Racing Pedigree

After being at the front of the grid for over two decades, Prodrive is facing a fresh challenge. Justin Cunningham finds out how the motorsport legends are taking on and winning new markets

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