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International Women in Engineering Day

On 23 June, we celebrate International Women in Engineering Day (#INWED22) with this year’s theme of ‘Inventors and Innovators’.

QinetiQ and RUSI release new paper on trust in AI

A new paper by RUSI and QinetiQ explores the latest trends and thinking about the growing use of AI in military decision-making.

Different but the same: Celebrating Pride Month 2022

June marks the annual celebrations for Pride and is frequently accompanied by parades, marches and celebrations. Pride themes vary from place to place, but the overarching message is the same: everyone is different, everyone is the same.

One Step Closer to Defending Earth from Asteroids

NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will crash into Dimorphos - a 550 kg asteroid - to try to change the rock’s orbit. The ESA will send the HERA spacecraft in 2024 to further observe the impacted asteroid.

World Environment Day podcast: How we can make an impact

The theme for this year’s World Environment Day, ‘Only One Earth’, calls for collective and transformative action on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet. Our latest podcast explores how we can encourage and influence a shift to greener and more sustainable pathways in the defence and security industry.

The future of communications in satellite-denied environments

Military operations are increasingly dependent on satellite RF communications particularly for strategic communications links. The ability to continue to operate in a satellite denied environment has been identified as a vulnerability that may also impact air and maritime operations.

Military Medical Simulation and Training Capability

Medical practitioners are reliant on realistic training environments that allow them to learn, practise and refresh their clinical skills. In the UK military, basic medical training often comprises of static manikins blended with face to face teaching.

The importance of trust within global defence teams

Research over the last three decades has solidified the vital role trust plays in team effectiveness. The greater the interdependence between team members, the more trust matters, reflecting the importance of trust in military training and operations.

Inzpire and QinetiQ deliver live firing anti-surface warfare training for HMS Lancaster

Inzpire and QinetiQ, in collaboration with Fleet Operational Sea Training (FOST), have successfully delivered a multi-domain warfare training scenario to HMS LANCASTER.

Space tech – how microalgae can help us clean the air

Is space technology used in everyday applications? Can it be used to solve the Earth’s bigger challenges? Yes and yes.

Land platform modernisation
How can you modernise Land vehicles to address increasingly complex and evolving threats and still maintain operational effectiveness?
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