Aether Cruise Experience
This is my final year university project for Transport Design BA (Hons) at the University of Huddersfield.
This is a luxury cruise concept based upon an airship platform. This allows passengers to travel at high speed in luxury. It is also provide t
What is KNARR™?
This simplified airship freight system involves very little infrastructure to make wind energy easily accessible everywhere - leading the way in greener, more efficient transport of heavy goods.
CargoLifter CL160, Germany
The CargoLifter CL 160 is a semi-rigid airship under development by CargoLifter AG, a German company that plans to build airships capable of carrying enormous loads for the bulk air freight market.
First expandable habitat installed on ISS
The International Space Station (ISS) received an exciting renovation today as the experimental Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) was successfully attached to the Tranquility module.
Spinning nanotube fibers at Rice University
Scientists have created the first pure carbon nanotube fibers that combine many of the best features of highly conductive metal wires, strong carbon fibers and pliable textile thread. In a Jan. 11 paper in the journal Science, researchers from Rice U
Airborne Giant with 150 metre wingspan
A concept aircraft under development at Boeing's Phantom Works R&D unit, the massive Pelican would have a wingspan of more than 150 m, carry up to 1400 tons of cargo-
Meet the Giant Robot That Builds Boeing's Wings
To stay ahead in the war for the skies, Boeing chases a simple goal: sell as many 737 jets as it can. Things get more complicated when it comes to building most popular commercial jet ever.
Large quantities of synthetic spider silk spun on demand
Spiders may be scary for some people, but the silk that they produce to weave their webs is very appealing to many scientists. Amazingly tough, yet lightweight, spider silk has been used in everything from biodegradable sutures to violin strings, and
Towards roll to roll graphene production
An innovative new cheap and simple mass production technique, developed by the University of Exeter, is set to open up the global potential of the 'wonder' material graphene.