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Rise of the Machines | OverviewSubscription
The rise of the machines, or the rise of the humans? Or both?
Rise of the Machines | Automated maintenanceSubscription
Road and rail maitenance is the next frontier in complete automation.
Rise of the Machines | Printing structuresSubscription
Top secret research is going into 3D robot-arm printing of bespoke concrete forms.
Rise of the machines | The cutting edge Subscription
Robotics make inspecting and replacing cutter discs on tunnel boring machines safer and faster.
Rise of the machines | Nuclear clean upSubscription
Robots are just beginning to help humans with the centuries-long legacy of nuclear waste.
The women issue | Confidence conundrumSubscription
Did you spot it? Regular New Civil Engineer readers with a keen eye may just have noticed something different about last month’s issue.
Delivering a joined up transport visionSubscription
Devolution is changing the way decisions about transport infrastructure are being made. But what does this mean for civil engineers?
Structures | Bridging BruneiSubscription
Brunei Darussalam is hoping its first ever mega-project – a 27km bridge – will boost the country’s capacity for eco-tourism and development.
Sharing Crossrail innovationsSubscription
The word “innovative” gets bandied about a lot in civil engineering, tagged along with new ideas or techniques to express a higher level of thinking and improved outcome.
Denmark's digital railwaySubscription
In the old days, pre-signalling, the train driver was given a stick.