Category Archives: Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering News

New research PhD studentships 2015

The application deadline for these studentships has now passed. Kingston is now offering 35 prestigious research studentships to …

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SEC flys at Farnborough Airshow

A crew of Aerospace and Astronautic students and academics took off to the Farnborough Airshow to …

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Rocket project launch success

Kingston’s students normally enjoy their summers soaking up the sun, travelling and visiting back home – …

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Student designs unique rocket engine system

For his final year project, Astronautic Engineering student Jack James Marlow created a modular rocket test …

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The Work Based Route to Professional Registration

Institution of Mechanical Engineers Registers Success Ian Henderson, a graduate of the MSc Professional Engineering course …

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Research to improve aircraft fuel efficiency and safety

Kingston University with British Airways and protective coating company tripleO form part of a UK consortium …

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Telespazio VEGA – Space Mission Control in the UK

Thanks to Richard Lowe from Telespazio VEGA, Aerospace Engineering, Astronautics and Space Technology students were briefed …

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Leading engineer David Lindsley recognised for his contribution to the world of engineering

David Lindsley’s high-flying career began after he studied electrical engineering at Kingston Technical College

David Lindsley, engineer, was bestowed an honorary fellow in recognition of his lifetime achievement and contribution …

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Jack James dived into University life

Jack James Marlow believes a last-minute decision to go to university turned out to be one …

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As NASA’s rover lands on Mars – students look at making chassis lighter.

The successful landing of NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars could herald an unprecedented era in space …

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