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Flight plan: London engineering students win chance to impress Airbus

21 May 2015 | By Jason Ford

Teamwork, determination and efficiency are three qualities that could win one lucky team of students a €30,000 prize

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Gust generator lightens bumpy flights for aircraft manufacturers

20 May 2015 | By Helen Knight

Aircraft could be designed to better withstand the blasts of wind that lead to bumpy flights for passengers, thanks to a gust generator developed in the UK.

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Silent flight: developing hybrid aircraft

18 May 2015 | By Helen Knight

Siemens and Airbus are on a mission to introduce hybrid aircraft  that can carry up to 90 passengers by 2035.

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Highlighting the importance of innovation

18 May 2015 | By Jason Ford

Several events this week are aiming to throw a spotlight on the importance of innovation, both for the economy and for improving people’s lives

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Flight of fancy

15 May 2015 | By Jon Excell

Civil aviation has seen some astonishing developments throughout its history, but could it now be on the brink of even more startlingly-disruptive change?

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October 1960: High speed wind tunnels

15 Oct 2014 | By Jon Excell

In October 1960, The Engineer reported on the opening of two new high speed wind tunnels at the Warton Aerodrome, near Preston. 

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​This week in 1959: A rare sighting of the Seaslug

19 Feb 2014 | By Jon Excell

The Engineer gets its first look at the The Armstrong-Whitworth “Seaslug”, the UK Navy’s first guided surface to air missile

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The Prime Minister has embarked on his effort to renegotiate the UK's relationship with the European Union ahead of an in-out referendum, What aspects of the current relationship most need reform, from the point of view of engineering and manufacturing?