France points finger over submarine data leak

Paris looking at espionage by foreign nations and companies

ANA forced to cancel flights as it grounds some 787s

Carrier says problem with Rolls-Royce engines under investigation

Stratasys STRATYSYS 3D printers to 3D production systems, Stratasys machines

Stratasys eyes 3D printing for jet interiors

Group working on technology to make parts on a much larger scale

EU leaders pledge Brexit will not hit bloc

France, Germany and Italy declare commitment to integration

EBBRD4 F/A-18 aerial refueling
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Cobham chief executive to step down

Bob Murphy to be replaced after defence company racks up losses

Cobham’s Sunny Bob eclipsed

Defence group looks a little awkward to be ditching chief executive

China launches satellite to beat hackers

Long-range encryption test pushes frontiers of data security

KuangChi Science: high-level drift

The sky’s the limit — after a bit of groundwork

Week in Review

Week in Review, August 13

Airbus, Google Ventures, Deutsche Bank, Entertainment One and Tesla featured

Computer generated image showing the dragonfly micro-drone. A tiny Unmanned Aerial System with flapping wings inspired by the biology of a dragonfly, currently in development with Animal Dynamics. The ‘micro-drone’ will use cutting edge micro-engineering for unparalleled levels of performance. This has the potential to have a huge impact on intelligence-gathering in future operations in complex urban environments.
©Animal Dynamics

MoD sets up £800m high-tech weapons fund

Project designed to keep Britain at forefront of military technology

A primer for the UK’s industrial strategy

Look to the past as a guide to future UK success

Airbus probe set to change Boeing rivalry

Investigation by UK anti-fraud agency could lead to a reduction in use of middlemen to win contracts

Airbus: cabin pressure

Investigation should not cause undue harm to the aerospace group

Elliott buys 5% interest in Meggitt

New York hedge fund specialises in campaigning for better terms during takeovers

Airbus faces UK corruption inquiry

Allegations of fraud, bribery and graft in passenger jet business

Fruits of Cobham’s strategy prove hard to spot

Chief executive Bob Murphy adamant cutting reliance on defence markets will pay off

Bombardier hit by weak jet demand

Canadian aircraft maker’s chief confident business is improving

Cobham falls into a loss as pressure mounts

Business underperforms as aerospace and defence remains challenging

Dubai airport reopens after crash-landing

All passengers on Emirates 777 safe but firefighter dies

UK destroyer fleet ties up for holidays

Shore leave has nothing to do with engine trouble, says MoD

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