Fred Starr

Fred Starr recollects…

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Fred Starr explores the lost potential of jet engine pioneer Sir Frank Whittle.

Fred Starr recollects

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Fred Starr considers the importance of investing in new technologies to advance research.

Success beyond expectation

Fred Starr recollects on a visit to see CR Kennedy and his slag test rig at the Argonne National Labs, and the creation of "black snow".

Shedloads of data

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Columnist Fred Starr shares his thoughts about where to store his legacy, his own materials engineering library.

Fred Starr recollects: Taken for granted

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Fred Starr recollects who of his line managers formed him most and how he handled not being respected in the workplace.

Fred Starr recollects: unforgotten and unforgiven

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Fred Starr recollects his first endeavour with a combined cycle gas turbine.

Wrapping things up

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Fred Starr recollects molten zinc’s involvement in failure investigation.

Fred Starr recollects: A place of greater safety

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Columnist Fred Starr sees ‘nuclear armageddon’ peeping up on the horizon. Find out more about his plans to hide in Finland, if worse comes to worse

Fred Starr recollects… supersonic progress

Mouldering away in the attic is my final year thesis. Something, as the UK police might say, proves I have ‘form’ with the Concorde project. As my recent letters to...

Fred Starr recollects: rescued by the backroom

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Fred Starr recollects…

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