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Issue 9 • Date October 2013

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  • Engineering & Technology [Front Cover]

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  • Page plan [Table of contents]

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  • Editor's letter

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  • World news

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  • The bigger picture [Beijing high life]

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  • News

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  • News briefing [Rail Partners Collaborate to Test Feasibility of Battery-Powered Trains]

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  • The graphic [Inside Ikea's Refugee Shelter]

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  • US security agency 'can crack online encryption'

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  • Number news [The Month's Engineering Stats]

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  • News briefing [View from Brussels]

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  • Business focus

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  • News briefing [Low-Cost Carriers Under Scrutiny]

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  • News

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  • What's in your shed?

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  • News analysis [Fracking Protests Should Focus on The More Pressing Issues]

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  • News briefing [Manchester Conference 'The Biggest of It's Kind]

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  • Comment "if you ask me"...

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  • Your letters

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  • For

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  • Hacking the internet

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    Why should hackers try to disable computers when they might be able to set their sights higher? Routers can be just as vulnerable as servers, so why not bring down the entire Internet? The US department for Homeland Security (DHS) was set up in November 2002 with the primary responsibility of protecting the USA (and its territories) from terrorist attacks, accidents, and natural disasters. However... View full abstract»

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  • Make it to fake it

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    While they may be predicted to disrupt current manufacturing models, 3D printing technologies are slowly beginning to infiltrate the consumer market. However, the term 3D printing conjures up images that the technology will be as simple to use as a normal inkjet or laser printer. This is far from the truth. Firstly, you will be dealing with the kind of issues that anyone has to deal with when crea... View full abstract»

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  • Q&A

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  • The long shutdown

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    In February the LHC was powered down in preparation for upgrades that will allow the scientists to, among other things, further pin down the properties of the Higgs boson. This is the first of several Long Shutdown' periods planned for the next decade or so and will continue until 2015 when the accelerator will be fired up once more. View full abstract»

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  • Back from the brink

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    Two major motorcycle brands came close to collapsing under financial pressure, but Triumph, through innovation, and KTM, through focusing on core competencies, have been resurrected. View full abstract»

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Engineering & Technology is the IET's flagship magazine featuring analysis, news, innovation announcements, job advertisements and careers advice.

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Dickon Ross
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