Professor Keith Hayward, Head of Research RAeS comments on the recent news of £2bn investment boost to the UK aerospace sector.
After years sitting on the sidelines of human spaceflight activities, Britain is now aiming to reach for the stars with a new national space biomedicine strategy. A report of how the UK is aspiring to leverage Zero-G medicine for space and terrestrial benefits.
On 23 April, the sixth leg of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner worldwide ‘Dreamtour’ to meet customers, suppliers and VIPs, was launched at London Heathrow. Report & analysis.
The best of UK manufacturing innovation and technology is set to be put on display to the public later this year at the Science Museum in London – but what latest aerospace innovations would you choose?
How secure is the future of the UK aerospace sector? Worries mount over long-term health of the UK’s aerospace industry due to R&D shortfall.
A UK initiative is working on ways to allow unmanned air vehicles (UAV)s or ‘drones’ to share airspace with manned aircraft – potentially opening a huge new market in peaceful uses for unmanned aviation.
A report on the first major RAeS conference on the UK-post SDSR defence landscape – taken from the May 2011 edition of Aerospace International.
A full article entitled ‘Staying up – ultra long endurance UAVs’ taken from the November 2010 edition of Aerospace International.