March's top stories: New Nasa report on biofuels, Scientists develop new aircraft technology concepts
A new study led by Nasa has revealed that biofuel-powered aircraft engines can reduce carbon emissions by 50% to 70%, scientists have developed various aircraft technology concepts, which were inspired from flights of the peregrine falcon. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up key headlines from March 2017.
February's top stories: ISRO launches 104 satellites, FAA's new report on collision
ISRO launched 104 satellites into space in a single mission, and the US FAA revealed that a number of reported collision incidents between aircraft and an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) could not be verified by the agency. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from February 2017.
January's top stories: Boeing wins $300m order, CENIT's software toolset for BionicAircraft
Boeing has secured a $300m order for three next-generation 737-800 aircraft from South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air, and CENIT is set to develop a software toolset for an automated bionic design, as part of the BionicAircraft research project. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2017.
2016: The year's biggest Aerospace Technology stories
Iran to buy 118 Airbus aircraft, Ball Aerospace to build OMPS, and ISRO to launch indigenous space shuttle. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from 2016.
Imaging on the brain – diagnosing and treating neurodegenerative diseases
A new brain-imaging technique developed by researchers is paving the way for improved diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s. Dr Daniel Stäb, chief developer at the University of Queensland Centre for Advanced Imaging speaks to Medical Imaging Technology about how this could benefit patients.