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      About us

      Ingenia is a stimulating and informative quarterly magazine that publishes articles across the whole range of engineering disciplines. It is aimed at everyone with an interest in engineering, whether working in business and industry, government, academia or the financial community. Complex or technical engineering issues are made accessible, and will interest engineering enthusiasts of all ages.

      As Britain's national academy for engineering,  The Royal Academy of Engineering  brings together the country's most eminent engineers from all disciplines to promote excellence in the science, art and practice of engineering. Ingenia crosses the boundaries between different fields of engineering, and is overseen by a board of Fellows from a range of disciplines.

      Ingenia has a circulation of around 11,000, and is sent free of charge to anyone who wishes to receive it, including Academy Fellows, engineers, students and teachers. More than 3,600 schools, colleges and university technical colleges receive copies.

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      The Royal Academy of Engineering acknowledges the assistance given by the authors of articles for Ingenia and of other individuals and organisations who have made contributions. The information contained in Ingenia publications has been published in good faith and the opinions expressed are those of the authors, not of the Academy. The Royal Academy of Engineering cannot accept any responsibility for any error or misinterpretation based on this information. The Royal Academy of Engineering does not endorse any product or service advertised in Ingenia. Permission to reproduce text or images from Ingenia should be sought from the Royal Academy of Engineering in the first instance.

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