UMass Lowell is leading a project to establish a first-of-its-kind advanced manufacturing technologist training program to support the workforce needs of the aerospace and defense industries in
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An industrial engineering researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington has earned a grant from the Department of Defense to purchase state-of-the-art hybrid additive-subtractive
As the aerospace industry starts using parts with more complex geometries made from high-performance composites and alloys, aerospace tooling and machining will have to advance.
In the race to land the first humans on Mars, NASA is betting big on nuclear rocket engines to get its astronauts to the red planet.
A Pentagon-sponsored industry group has launched a $6.2 million worker development program that is intended to reskill the workforce of the future and to address a skills gap between factory
Additive manufacturing in aerospace has impacted the manufacturing and design of aircraft. Learn more about how 3D printing is changing aerospace production.
GKN Fokker, NLR (Netherlands Aerospace Centre), Delft University of Technology and SAM|XL, have successfully manufactured one the world’s largest thermoplastic components as part of the
Propulsion startup ZeroAvia conducted the first flight of its hydrogen-electric powertrain on a Dornier 228 testbed from Cotswold Airport, England, on Jan. 19.
LIFT, the Detroit-based Department of Defense manufacturing innovation institute, announces the launch of a materials characterization and testing project, led by Alfred University, aimed at
A new coalition of organizations with expertise in defense technology will push for more 5G adoption.