July 2005
Engineer (00137758);7/25/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7680, p7
Reports on news and developments concerning the field of engineering. Operation of the Bavaria Solarpak, a solar electric power generation system, in Germany; University of Toronto researchers' development of a method that will intercept quantum-encrypted data before secure messages are sent; Nanjing Auto, financier David James' Kimber consortium and Shanghai Automotive Industrial Corp.'s bid for MG Rover.


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