Internship: Discovering and Improving The BAC Mono
May31

Internship: Discovering and Improving The BAC Mono

BAC was founded in 2009 by the brothers Neil and Ian Briggs and is the manufacturer of the BAC Mono, a single seater road legal sports car, inspired to bring the Formula 1 experience to the road.

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Internationally Recognized Dutch Designs
Feb21

Internationally Recognized Dutch Designs

Students from the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering have been actively competing in International design competitions organised by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). This year, two teams, one undergraduate and the other graduate, each took a second place.

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1957: Sputnik and the Space Race
Feb07

1957: Sputnik and the Space Race

October 4, 1957, the first man-made Earth satellite sends a steady beeping signal on radio for everyone to hear. While its creator Sergei Korolev, his team and the whole Soviet Union celebrate this success, the people of the western world are stunned and terrified.

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The Hidden Runway
Jan18

The Hidden Runway

In the wake of World War II, Vietnam had become the next major battleground of the 20th century. It started with a battle for independence against the French, led by Ho Chi Minh and backed by the communist nations. Along with Laos and Cambodia, Vietnam finally became independent, but the country was split up in a communist northern and a democratic southern part. After attempts to reunite the country through elections failed, the southern part sunk deeper into political instability.

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