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Register Now for the UK Space Propulsion Workshop: Industry Challenges 7th October

Registration is now open for the  3rd UK Space Propulsion Workshop: Industry Challenges , which will be taking place at the  Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, Rotherham, on the...

Register Now for Flexible Manufacturing, UK Response to Globalised Competition Wednesday 10th September 2014

The  Flexible Manufacturing SIG (FM SIG)  was tasked with establishing UK capability in the fields of flexible, adaptive manufacturing and plug and play manufacturing, to identify...

Delivering Aerospace Industrial Strategy through advancing technology capability collaborative R&D competition call – the results are out!!

At this year’s Farnborough International Air Show, the  Deputy PM announced an investment of £154 million in aerospace research projects . Part of this investment announcement was the...

Work starts on £30million Aerospace Research Centre in Coventry

Building work has started on a new £30million  Aerospace Research Centre  in Coventry. The new facility, which is next to the  Manufacturing Technology Centre  at Ansty...

Northern Irish aerospace firms to benefit from £40m technology fund

The National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme (NATEP), which is aimed at supporting aerospace supply chain companies, is now open to Northern Ireland firms. The scheme is managed...

Unique opportunity for UK aerospace suppliers to explore problems in the buoyant rail sector – Unlocking Innovation event on 10th July in Leicester

The UK rail sector is seeing unprecedented levels of investment with billions being spent every year improving the railways.  The high level of investment is matched by a desire for...

Government announce £100m Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI)

Companies can now bid for a share of £100 million from the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative ( AMSCI ) to help them strengthen their domestic supply chains and help bring...

Airports Commission publishes discussion with call for evidence on the UK’s existing airport capacity

The Airports Commission  has launched a  call for evidence on the connectivity and business models of the UK’s existing airport capacity . Discussion Paper 06:  ...

Rolls-Royce open new advanced aerospace disc manufacturing facility and funding announced to develop new technology for low-carbon aircraft engines

This week (5th June 2014) saw the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Business Secretary Vince Cable officially open the new Rolls-Royce £100m advanced aerospace disc manufacturing...

TSB £2.5m Collaborative Research and Development Competition Now Open on Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Electronics

  Registration deadline: noon 18 September 2014 Deadline for applications: noon 25 September 2014 The Technology Strategy Board is to invest up...

Forthcoming TSB £6m Competition: Mechanical conversion manufacturing processes - Collaborative R&D and Feasibility Studies Opens 16 June

  Registration deadline: noon 27 August 2014 noon Deadline for Expressions of Interest or Applications: noon 3 September 2014 The Technology...

Still some places available for £25m Energy Catalyst Brokering Events. Register now to avoid disappointment!

   Have you registered for the Energy Catalyst Brokering Events yet? If not, there are still some places available. Please see links below for more information and registration...

Bioinspired flight control - learning from birds, bats, insects and even flying snakes!

A special issue of IOP Publishing’s journal Bioinspiration and Biomimetics is devoted to bio-inspired flight control . Fourteen research teams with biology and engineering...

Your chance to scope a new Collaborative R&D competition in Off-Highway Vehicles

The Technology Strategy Board is researching the needs and opportunities for a market intervention around the Off-Highway Vehicle sector and would like to invite innovative UK companies and...

Aerion Unveils a Larger Supersonic Jet

Aerion Corporation in the US is redesigning its proposed supersonic business jet (SSBJ) with a larger cabin and more range, reflecting feedback from a recent operators survey. The new aircraft...

Longitude Prize 2014: solving one of the greatest issues of our time

The  Longitude Prize 2014  marks the 300th anniversary of the Longitude Act where in 1714 the British government set out the scientific challenge of how to pinpoint a ship’s location...

Bristol firms set for take-off as South West aerospace industry soars

Do you ever hear about a new aircraft being unveiled and wonder why it's big news? Obviously there are large amounts of money sloshing around, with customers in airlines and sometimes air forces...

Airports Commission receives detailed proposals for short-listed options

Air Transport World report that the UK government-appointed  Airports Commission  has received detailed proposals relating to the three options short-listed in its December 2013...

Airbus, KLM complete 10-hour biofuel flight

Airbus and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have completed a 10-hour flight from Amsterdam to Aruba with an A330-200 using sustainable jet fuel, the longest biofuel flight to date by an Airbus...

Making jet fuel out of garbage

Come 2017, British Airways could be able to fuel flights from London's City Airport to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on trash. The airline has partnered with Washington,...
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