The University of Michigan has shown a glimpse into the future of driving by opening the world’s first controlled environment to test how self-driving cars would operate on the roads of the future.
The Boeing Company and its founding family have made a $30m philanthropic donation to the Museum of Flight to create the Boeing Academy for STEM Learning.
Canada’s University of Waterloo is to establish a new C$10m ($8.2m) research facility which will help to develop more efficient and eco-friendly vehicles.
Spanish researchers have developed a new backup electric engine which can assist a light aircraft to land safely in case of an engine failure.
Purdue University has announced plans to create a 980-acre Aerospace District in West Lafayette, Indiana which will house public and private aerospace research facilities.
NASA is set to continue its long running investment in the future of aviation after announcing funding for eight research projects.
An experimental satellite has encountered a software glitch just days after its launch, causing it to lose contact with Earth.
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.
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.
A new Ohio initiative will see the development of an aerospace hub in the state designed to assist manufacturers become qualified aerospace suppliers.