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Graduate awards | 2016's 'inspirational' winners' storiesVideoSubscription
Brittany Harris is this year’s New Civil Engineer Graduate of the Year, heading a field of strong shortlisted candidates.
Smart Materials | Graphene dreamsSubscription
Graphene is one of the most important discoveries in physics this century.
Digital: a matter of life and deathSubscription
“There has never been a more exciting time,” insists Bentley chief product officer Bhupinder Singh.
Smart materials | Circular visionSubscription
Construction in a circular economy will require a shared vision of reduced waste.
Suspension surgery | Severn BridgeSubscription
The 50 year old Severn Bridge has recently undergone a third round of investigative surgery on its two main suspension cables after concerns that they had corroded surfaced in the early part of the last decade.
Queensferry Crossing | Blustery battleSubscription
Observant commuters on Scotland’s Forth Road Bridge may this month notice a third deck closure has just taken place on the main balanced cantilever spans of the new Queensferry Crossing just up river.
Equality Survey | Sustained prejudiceSubscription
Industry bosses have been urged to show more leadership on tackling homophobia in the engineering workplace after a New Civil Engineer poll exposed continued hostility towards gay engineers.
Germany | Electric road freightSubscription
Not content with meeting minimum European Union (EU) requirements for cutting carbon, Germany wants to do the most it can. By 2050 it plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 95% against 1990 levels.
Smart Glasses | Construction applicationsSubscription
Consumers are consistently bombarded with new technology that promises to make modern life that bit easier, or just a bit more fun.
Fracture surgery | Forth Road bridge repairsSubscription
On 3 December 2015 the Forth Road Bridge, one of the main arterial routes into Edinburgh, was closed. A 35km diversion was put in place and the media descended.