October 2011 Issue of R&D Magazine
This month's issue investigates the latest trends in aerospace technology, including defense-related research, novel materials, NASA's new approach to research, and the nascent privatization of space travel. Our editors also look at breakthroughs and research angles in materials, as well as developments in nanotechnology, including carbon nanotubes and graphene. Contributed articles describe strategies in open innovation and laboratory training for safety, and also included is a specification guide to laboratory design services.
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The More Things Change ...
Aerospace Strikes Back
Unmanned Aerial Systems Soar To New Places and Sizes
Webb Space Telescope Sunshield Gets Full Size Test
Antennas Enable "Early Science" at ALMA
GPS-directed Flight Paths Seek Validation
Biofueled Passenger Flights Take to the Skies