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Airport invests in innovative waste storage tank design

Project aims to improve the treatment of run-off water which can be contaminated with de-icing fluid or glycol, jet fuel and oil

Coventry boosted by new engineering facility

New £600,000 centre opened by rail, aerospace and automotive engineering specialist

Advances in coolant-feeding solutions

The latest approach to coolant-feeding technology delivers performance benefits

Spectrometers measure vegetation from the ground and the air

A pair of super-lightweight miniature spectrometers from Ocean Optics is helping researchers investigate plant parameters in a verdant patch of New Zealand grassland

Hard chrome plating

Hard chrome plating - used in the aerospace and defence industries - is soon to be restricted under EU REACH and US OSHA legislation due to the use of highly toxic hexavalent chromium salts

RF switch for harsh space environments

Peregrine Semiconductor's PE95421 switch is highly resistant to total dose and single event radiation effects

Bio–derived heat transfer fluid

Greener alternative to traditional monoethylene glycol and monopropylene glycol-based heat transfer products

High altitude testing volcanic ash detection technology

Airbus A340 test aircraft may help keep UK airspace open if a volcano erupts during the London Olympics

Right CNC machine tools critical to expectations

Computer Numerical Controlled technology helps accelerate airplane design into the future

Commercialisation of alternative aviation fuels takes a step forward

Airbus and Virgin Australia study new alternative fuel process

Closing the UK aerospace and manufacturing skills gaps

63 per cent of UK employers in manufacturing are already experiencing difficulty recruiting individuals

Stable 2012 for Global aerospace and defence sector

Fitch Ratings expects deliveries from Airbus and Boeing will rise approximately 15 per cent in 2012

Safety and productivity innovations for aerospace and aviation industry

A*STAR showcases 15 for safety and productivity at Singapore Airshow

Aerospace data scientists and the future of data-driven business

The decreasing costs of electronic sensors resulted in most aircraft manufacturers fitting them in almost every subsystem. Collection of the 'engineering' data alone is enough to require enormous computational power and storage. Sergio Pepe reports

Streamlining operations and improve business agility

Portsmouth Aviation first in UK to improve business agility with IFS Applications 8

Mike Smith to appointed to Gentz Aerospace

US aerospace executive Smith appointed Executive Vice President & Managing Director of the Michigan-based company


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