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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 28, Number 2, June 2003

Foreword
pp. 137-138(2)
Author: BORRI, CLAUDIO

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The renaissance engineer: ideas from physics
pp. 139-144(6)
Author: MELVILLE, PETER

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Technology as culture and embodied knowledge
pp. 151-160(10)
Authors: FERNANDES, ANTÓNIO; MELO MENDES, PEDRO

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Education industry unit in the framework of the learning city
pp. 161-167(7)
Authors: SCHREY-NIEMENMAA, KATRIINA; RINTAMÄKI, TUOMO; TÖRMÄLÄ, PERTTI

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The renaissance engineer: a reality for the 21st century?
pp. 169-178(10)
Author: JONES, MERVYN

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Interdisciplinary project working in engineering education
pp. 187-201(15)
Author: SKATES, G. W.

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Teaching a structured approach to the design process for undergraduate engineering students by problem-based education
pp. 203-214(12)
Authors: DENAYER, I.; THAELS, K.; SLOTEN, J. VANDER; GOBIN, R.

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Using ICT to improve the gender balance in engineering education
pp. 215-224(10)
Authors: ALHA, KATARIINA; GIBSON, IVAN

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The implementation of the Bologna Declaration in Poland
pp. 237-245(9)
Author: FILIPKOWSKI, ANDRZEJ

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Booknote
pp. 247-247(1)
Author: Adiutori, Eugène

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Call for papers
pp. 248-248(1)
Authors: de Graaff, Erik; Peter Christensen, Hans

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