Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, Reaction Engines, BAE Systems and Frost & Sullivan evaluating high-speed flight-test.
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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.
The impact of Covid-19 is being felt by individuals and families, companies and communities across the world and we are all finding ways to adapt to these exceptional circumstances.
We are committed to ensuring our employees and partners are informed and kept up to date with our response to this rapidly changing situation.
Callum Tinson, an apprentice technician on our Advanced Level 3 apprenticeship scheme, won the prestigious Freemen of Oxford Apprentice of the Year award last week at Oxford town hall.
The Solar Orbiter recently sent its first data back to Earth. Here we take a brief look back at our small but significant involvement in this prestigious mission.
Reaction Engines was pleased to host a visit from the new Minister for Science, Research and Innovation Amanda Solloway MP at Culham last week
Flying faster. Going further. Making giant leaps in understanding. Reaction Engines is unlocking the future of space access and hypersonic flight as well as revolutionizing thermal management solutions in multiple industries. We are making beyond possible.
We are pleased to announce that we are sponsoring a fully-funded four year PhD scholarship at Swansea University in Computational Fluid Dynamics.