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There are only a few pillars left of what was South London’s Crystal Palace – a glass building that burned down in 1936. Anna Ploszajski writes.
Kathryn Allen looks at the mysteries of engineering behind the dome of the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore in Italy.
Kathryn Allen takes a look at the iconic ceramic tiles used on the London Underground.
Palaniswamy ‘Raj’ Rajan, CEO of SoftWear, USA, talks to Ellis Davies about the company’s Sewbots and automated worklines.
Ellis Davies takes a look at the materials and construction techniques used in the Basilica de la Sagrada Família.
Fred Starr recalls a heated debate over nuts and bolts
Rebecca Larkin tells natalie daniels about the challenges facing the construction industry and why brick captures headlines for the wrong reasons.
Natalie Daniels talks to Keith Aldis, the new chief executive of the BDA, about his plans for the organisation and why brick is favourable in the construction industry.
Mark Smith speaks to Natalie Daniels about vanadium mining and why greater use of existing technology is needed in the mining sector.
Philip Beckley worked in the electrical steels industry for almost 40 years and his contribution to the technology earned him international renown both within the industry and in academia.