Christine Evans-Pughe is a freelance writer specialising in science and technology. A regular contributor tothe Institution of Engineering & Technology’s award winning E&T magazine, her work has also appeared in the Economist, the Guardian, BBC Focus, and the Independent.


Christine Evans-Pughe

Freelance Science & Technology Writer

Mobile 'misery maps' offer new route to better services

Will Robots steal our jobs?


Can we engineer our way to cleaner oceans?


Photonic interconnects  - computing goes on a diet


Flood management: how to hold back the waters


The softest radio


Analogue makes light work of big data (photonics)


Nature's Blueprints unmasked (Alan Turing)


Putting a lid on it (WW1 equipment design)


To bit or not to bit (bitcoin)


Learning from birds and bees


The M2M connection


Less is more in the real world


Brave new world: Augmenting reality in fiction


Quantum of solace

Mapping the Mind


Comms in a crisis On the right track


Smart humans

Have you heard the one about...?

From megabytes to megabucks

Programming through biology 


Faraday - a man of contradictions

Book Review: Baye’s, The theory that would not die


Things ain’t wot they’re going to be


Book Review: Discoverers of the universe William &Caroline Herschel


Engineering’s most ingenious women


GPS vulnerability to hacking


The food you inhale


Snowbound Britain highlights needs for reslience


Bringing broadband to TETRA


Book review: Faraday, a Short Introduction


Blood and treasure - controlling the use of conflict metals


The mining bug - hunting metals with bacteria


Memristors try to live up to the hype


Entropy analysis threatens to turn efficient computing on its head

Elastic antennas tune into new applications

Engineering healthy foods

The future of satellite navigation

The Eerie Silence: Are we Alone in the Universe

The big squeeze

The magic of mobile phones

Glorious mud

Green shoots from tumbleweed

Traffic cops and bottlenecks

VoiP Eavesdrooping

The science of black

Share and share alike

Airport of the future

Network of Secrets

Sugar Rush

I think therefore I am

Behind the Scenes (theatre engineering)