Reaction Engines is delighted to announce that the Rt Hon. Philip Dunne MP has been appointed an independent non-executive director.
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We are pleased to be able to announce that two of our talented young apprentices, Callum Tinson and Thomas Hawthorne, have completed their four year Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship Programme. After spending time in numerous parts of the business, both are continuing their careers with Reaction engines in design and technical support respectively.
We are delighted to announce that a team from Reaction Engines has been chosen by the Royal Academy of Engineering Awards Committee to be the recipients of the Colin Campbell Mitchell Award for 2020.
Reaction Engines Ltd and Rolls-Royce plc today announced a new strategic partnership agreement to develop high-speed aircraft propulsion systems and explore applications for Reaction Engines’ thermal management technology within civil and defence aerospace gas turbine engines and hybrid-electric systems.
Reaction Engines has recently completed a joint Proof of Concept study with the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to determine whether the Company’s innovative thermal management technology could be combined with STFC’s world-class catalysts to create a truly green aviation system based on ammonia fuel
In celebrating INWED20 we share a story of one of our materials scientists who has recently been awarded a fellowship and is now honoured to be recognised as a FIMMM Chartered Materials Scientist Engineer.
Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, Reaction Engines, BAE Systems and Frost & Sullivan evaluating high-speed flight-test.
Reaction Engines was recently honoured to be named top of the BusinessCloud South East Tech 50 list for 2020. This inaugural event aims to recognise the most innovative companies in the region and is compiled through a combination of public votes and an expert judges panel. We are extremely pleased to top the rankings and to be recognised alongside such esteemed company.
Reaction Engines is pleased to announce that it has begun utilising its 3D printing facilities for production of components for protective face shields for frontline NHS and healthcare workers.