Japan Airlines flight (JAL #515) from Tokyo to Sapporo completed the flight on 17 June using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from woody biomass residue feedstock produced by the company’s proprietary technology.
The lab, which is housed at the company’s headquarters at Milton Park, is a key development as the company continues to pioneer commercial fusion energy.
At 22 metres long and weighing 25,000 kg, the Big Gun is the UK’s largest 2-stage hypervelocity gas gun able to launch projectiles at 6.5km per second, 20x the speed of sound.
General Fusion will enter into a long-term lease with UKAEA, following the construction of the new facility that will be used to demonstrate it’s proprietary Magnetized Target Fusion (MTF) technology.
The autonomous shuttle controlled by 5G and satellite connectivity will transport members of the public around the campus, with a second shuttle to be introduced later.
Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) has appointed automotive industry veteran Jean-Marc Gales as Chairman of the Board.
Initial results from an experiment at the UKAEA demonstrates the success of a world-first concept that could remove one of the major hurdles in developing fusion energy.
The team from Createc and Oxford Robotic Institute created the robot to remove the need for people to work in dangerous environments like nuclear disaster zones.
With many skilled jobs in the UK at risk because of red tape, the new trade association will campaign to secure the future of this world-leading British industry.
The new beam-hopping satellite will allow satellites to switch which part of the world they cover, managing real-time surges in commercial demand or responding to emergencies.
Weighing 25,000kg, the new 38mm gun fires a 100g projectile, which can reach a maximum velocity of 6.5km/s or 14,500mph – 20 times the speed of sound.
This is a further strategic development in the commercialisation of eLNO® battery technology, its portfolio of leading nickel rich advanced cathode materials.