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New fuel for aviation applications

This is undergoing testing to see if it meets the ASTM D1655 standard

Chopper announced for Mars mission

NASA plans to hover above the red planet in 2020

New comms system for unmanned aircraft

This aids flying in EVLOS and BVLOS conditions

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The future of electrifying airplanes and boats

Can high performance superconductors be the key to success?

Aero engine maker acquires integrated measurement assembly platforms

Investment is to streamline turbine rotor assembly at UK and German plants

NASA to launch the most accurate ice tracker yet

Satellite to analyse ice depths across Greenland and Antarctica to within the width of a pencil

Alternatives to cadmium in aerospace

Could zinc-nickel be an ideal replacement?

Computed tomography aids AM quality

Voids or inclusions in parts are now easier to spot

New drone standards

The UK is looking at diverse uses including transport, infrastructure and medicine

New 3D printed panels

This aerospace demonstrator is one metre across

Industrial ethernet patch cords

MilesTek launches new Cat5e shielded industrial ethernet patch cords with low-smoke zero-halogen jackets

Radiation-hardened 100V and 200V GaN FETs

These are aimed at the space industry

Satellite sensors improved with new interferometer

The technology is to provide meteorologists with better data on atmospheric temperature and moisture, ocean colour, sea ice cover, clouds…

3D printer cuts development time

One project saw 6 weeks work done in 24 hours

Lasers take to the skies

The US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) plans to test a laser on a tactical fighter jet by 2021

New design software package

Dassault Systèmes has launched its latest upgrade, Solidworks 2018

New Aerospace Research Centre opens at Cranfield University

The University has teamed up with Airbus, Rolls-Royce and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to create the £35 million facility

New Aerospace Research Centre opens at Cranfield University

The University has teamed up with Airbus, Rolls-Royce and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to create the £35 million facility

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