Research and Development
NASA is set to continue its long running investment in the future of aviation after announcing funding for eight research projects.
A new type of treatment, which could double the chances of survival for some patients suffering from the most common type of lung cancer, has been given Breakthrough Therapy Designation by the FDA.
Computing company Google has this week announced the latest secretive project from its ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) division.
An experimental satellite has encountered a software glitch just days after its launch, causing it to lose contact with Earth.
Private spaceflight company, Virgin Galactic, has revealed the progress it has made in the construction of a new spacecraft designed to replace the one destroyed in a crash last year.
A Colorado university is leading the way in producing graduates to help fill a need in the local aerospace industry thanks to a ground breaking new program.
A prototype of the much-hyped AeroMobil 3.0 flying car crashed earlier this month during a test flight in Slovakia.
Private spaceflight company, Blue Origin, has expressed interest in expanding its rocket production in Florida.
Aerion, the Nevada-based company hoping to bring to market the world's first supersonic business jet, has announced that its AS2 aircraft will be sold for $120m, subject to inflation.
First–tier supplier to the global aviation industry, GKN Aerospace, is set to lead a research team to develop titanium powder specifically formulated for additive manufacturing (AM) of aerospace components.