3D-printed engine parts future of space launches: NASA
3D-printed engine parts future of space launches: NASA

 A team of NASA researchers has found that 3D manufactured copper parts could withstand the heat and pressure required of combustion engines used in space launches.

Indian-origin researcher develops new quality control system

An Indian-origin researcher Mitul Tailor from the Loughborough University in Britain has developed a computer software system that can be used in quality control in virtually any industry -- from car and aerospace to beauty treatments.

IAF transforming into strategic power: Air Force chief

Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha on Friday said that the IAF was poised to transform into a strategic aerospace power with the ongoing modernisation.

France woos Indian students

France is all set to establish human resource managers club in India to assist Indians who have studied in France to get jobs in companies in the two countries.

Defence Ministry issues multi-crore tender for 56 new aircraft

Defence Ministry has issued a tender expected to be worth over Rs 12,000 crore to replace IAF`s Avro planes with 56 new aircraft which will be produced by the Indian private sector firms.

Six foreign nationals get Padma awards

Six eminent foreign nationals, including scientists and philosophers, are among 108 personalities chosen for the coveted Padma awards this year.

China to launch 25 satellites in 2011

China will have launched 20 rockets and 25 satellites by the end of 2011, an aerospace expert said Sunday.

Lockheed Martin thwarts "significant" cyber attack

No customer, programme or employee personal data has been compromised.

Scope of defence offsets expanded to aerospace, security

The indigenous aerospace and
internal security industry on Thursday received a major boost as the
Government announced major changes in its defence procurement