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27 May 2022
Award winning technology from Dundee is now established as standard onboard spacecraft technology. Use of the technology spans the globe, with application in current and future space exploration missions, as well as in Earth-observation and telecommunications satellites.
27 May 2022
The first full-scale prototype of a rocket designed for launching small satellites from a Highlands spaceport has been unveiled.
26 May 2022
There are few sectors as reliant on global supply chains as automotive manufacturing.
25 May 2022
The Nautical Institute has marked half a century of achievement with a heavily illustrated commemorative book.
24 May 2022
The Elizabeth line will open today, subject to safety approvals. It will stretch more than 100km from Reading and Heathrow in the west through central tunnels across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.
21 May 2022
Maritime UK has responded to the Transport Select Committee's inquiry on Maritime 2050.
20 May 2022
The development of next-generation sensors used to save patients’ lives – and transform a range of industrial processes – will be the focus of a University of the West Scotland (UWS) study
16 May 2022
Glasgow Caledonian University is delighted to announce that Professor Carl Schaschke has been appointed as the Dean of the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.
15 May 2022
Funded by the Scottish Government, four awardees from three Scottish Higher Education Institutes have been collectively awarded over £97K to begin collaborative projects with colleagues from German Institutes through the RSE’s Scotland-Germany Hydrogen Research Scheme.
14 May 2022
A sophisticated new observation of a cool zone on the surface of the sun could help scientists develop a new kind of solar thermometer.
13 May 2022
Diversity and inclusion organisation AFBE-UK Scotland is launching a new programme to help ethnic minority professionals progress into leadership roles.
12 May 2022
A new type of lightweight, 3D printed heat exchanger with a maze-like design is more compact and efficient than its conventional counterparts, its developers say.
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