or, The Hang-Glider’s Guide to the Galaxy. VESSEL, designed by Duncan Lunan for Lance McLane by Sydney Jordan, Daily Record 1982-83
A History of Spaceflight
“With the formation of NASA in 1958, Project Mercury was started as a crash programme to put American astronauts into space in one-man capsules “
‘Elgin Reptiles’ Revealing Links With Pterosaurs
“This is another discovery which highlights Scotland’s important place in the global fossil record,”
3D Printing Just Got A Whole Lot More Colourful
“This new technology will help to fully realize the potential of 3D printing.” Prof Joseph DeSimone
Tweezers of Sound: Lifting Objects Without Touching Them
Scientists in Japan have experimented successfully in raising objects using only sound. The aim is to use this technology in a wide range of places – including Space.
Living With The Mega-Regions: Embers Into Sparx, Online Talks
Starting tonight, Monday May 23rd, 7.30pm, is a series of 6 talks hosted on the Orkney International Science Festival YouTube channel which will look at how rural and island areas can stem the tide of centralisation.
DIY Digital Archaeology
Using expertise from fields which include archaeological science, computer graphics and video game development, the methods are designed to allow anyone to produce high-quality images and models with minimal effort and cost.
Digitally Unwrapped: Pharaoh Amenhotep
The perfectly wrapped mummy is beautifully decorated with flower garlands, and with face and neck covered by an exquisite lifelike facemask inset with colorful stones
Free Route Airspace: Scotland
On 2nd of December 2021 Scotland’s old air route structure will be removed to be replaced at above 24,500ft with Free Route Airspace.
Orbital Marine & TechnipFMC Partners in Tidal Energy
“This TechnipFMC partnership is a game changer for Orbital and the wider sector.” Andrew Scott CEO Orbital