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Your Engineering Inspiration for Monday 18 January 2021


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Dr Sunny Bains
Editorial Director

Last weeks's top headlines:

With the myriad portable devices people use every day, batteries are a ubiquitous part of every-day life. However, to dispose of batteries or recycle their materials is currently not a very environmentally friendly proposition, a problem researchers have been trying...
An academic researcher’s frenetic life sounds relaxing to Jose-Luis Jimenez these days. Since March, the analytical and atmospheric chemist at the University of Colorado Boulder has worked nonstop, urging the US Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization...
A team of researchers at the University of Oxford have revealed what they say is a cost-effective and efficient way of producing jet fuel from carbon dioxide, offering hope that one day vacationers might be able to jet off abroad...
We invite applications for the 2021 Richard Casement internship. We are looking for a would-be journalist to spend three months of the summer working on the newspaper in London (covid-19 permitting; otherwise remotely), writing about science and technology. Applicants should...
With the generous support of the Worshipful Company of Engineers, the Academy is making five awards of £3,000 each year to UK* engineers in full-time higher education, research or industrial employment, who have demonstrated excellence in the early stage of...
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