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Final deadline today: The Essence of Engineering competition

What is the Essence of Engineering? Foster and Partners Millau Viaduct perhaps? Or Gustav Eiffel’s tower? The Large Hadron Collider? Take part in the AJ’s and Price & Myers’ competition to have your choice published in the AJ

Whether your preference is for high-tech or brick and iron, you are invited to take part in the ‘Essence of Engineering’. The AJ has teamed up with consultant engineers Price & Myers to ask readers what they think is the ‘Essence of Engineering’.

The deadline for entries is Friday 27 May at 5pm.

Readers are asked to submit a short (no more than 200 words) piece of text, with an accompanying photograph or illustration, which outlines an innovation, invention or piece of design which they see as ‘The Essence of Engineering’. Send your entries to:

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