Creating Growth While The Planes Are Grounded

Amid one of the worst downturns in aviation history, IPI Innovation Advisor Derek Sharples helped CW Aero Services to implement new business strategies, restructure internal processes and emerge stronger.

Sweeping Up Space Junk (VIDEO)

By clearing out space debris, Astroscale is securing a safe and sustainable future for space development efforts, says CIO Ai Makino.

To Infinity And Beyond: The Scientists Taking Asia To Space

In celebration of Space Day 2021, Asian Scientist Magazine shines a light on the three pioneers who paved the way for the region’s space exploration efforts.

China Launches A Pair Of Navigation Satellites

The two satellites are part of China’s domestic BeiDou Navigation Satellite System, which will serve countries along the Belt and Road by the end of 2018.

HKUST Appoints Professor Shyy Wei As Fourth President

Professor Shyy Wei takes over the reins of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology from current president Professor Tony F. Chan.

When Space Goes Small

Space tech startups are pushing us a little closer to the final frontier.

7 Must-Read Stories In May 2017

Sleep was a big concern in May, but new drugs and artificial intelligence look set to make it better.

KAIST Nanosatellite Launched On Trip To The International Space Station

The nanosatellite called LINK is one of the 28 satellites aboard the Atlas V booster en route to the International Space Station.

The False Space Vs Survival Dichotomy

Here's why all those naysayers are wrong about India's record-breaking success at launching 104 satellites at one go.

5 Tips For A Career In The Aerospace Industry

Are you a student hoping to work in the aerospace industry? Here are five tips to get your career off to a flying start.