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  • Additive assembly: the 3D printed fastener

    The Engineer | In-depth | 29 Jul 2014

    3D printing technology could offer a new way for engineers to think about how to join and fasten components

  • Opportunities in the aero industry supply chain

    The Engineer | In-depth | 22 Jul 2014

    The UK aerospace industry’s rich and varied supply chain offers a host of exciting and rewarding career opportunities

  • Spaceport support?

    The Engineer | Opinion | 18 Jul 2014

    The prospect of a UK spaceport being built has generated plenty of public excitement but does it actually make sense for the aerospace industry?

  • Bye-bye to Two-Brains

    The Engineer | Opinion | 16 Jul 2014

    The departure of David Willetts from his post as minister for science, universities and skills is a cause for regret, and early signs for his replacement are worrying.

  • Graduate engineer career guide to the aerospace industry

    The Engineer | In-depth | 10 Jul 2014

    An introduction to working in the UK’s aerospace sector, what kind of jobs are on offer and where to find them.

  • Farnborough International Airshow: a look ahead

    The Engineer | In-depth | 4 Jul 2014

    In just a few days’ time, the Hampshire town of Farnborough will once again become the centre of the aerospace universe as the Farnborough International Airshow opens its doors.

  • Holding out for a HIRO

    The Engineer | News | 20 Jun 2014

    Humanoid robots could  join the production line at Airbus by June 2015, claims an engineer working on a project to integrate humans and robots into the same workspace.

  • Your questions answered: solar-powered flight

    The Engineer | In-depth | 19 Jun 2014

    The team behind Solar Impulse answer your questions on the challenges of building and flying an aircraft powered by the sun.

  • Inside the aerospace factory of the future

    The Engineer | In-depth | 17 Jun 2014

    New technologies will change the way we build aircraft; as well as the aircraft themselves. Stuart Nathan reports

  • Last week's poll: cleaner, greener, quieter flying

    The Engineer | Opinion | 10 Jun 2014

    It’s approaching peak season for flights, as millions of people take their summer holidays. How can the aerospace industry best be encouraged to improve fuel efficiency, reduce emissions and cut noise?

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