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Venture capital to nurture ESA space applications11 August 2015
Venture capital to nurture ESA space applications11 August 2015 ESA will give the most promising European space applications, services and technologies the chance to access a substantial new source of venture capital finance.
Surfing for science29 July 2015
Surfing for science29 July 2015 Thanks to a new system developed by scientists in the UK, taking to the waves for a spot of surfing can benefit research into the health of coastal waters, and could help confirm satellite measurements of sea-surface temperature.
Cool summer boosts Arctic ice20 July 2015
Cool summer boosts Arctic ice20 July 2015 Measurements from ESA’s CryoSat satellite show that the volume of Arctic sea ice increased by a third following the unusually cool summer of 2013. This new finding suggests that ice in the northern hemisphere is more sensitive to changes in summer mel...
ICE: a hot topic for satcoms15 July 2015
ICE: a hot topic for satcoms15 July 2015 ESA’s latest public–private partnership, ICE, gives European industry the opportunity to shape future mobile satellite services on land, at sea and in the air.
Europe advances with safer air travel14 July 2015
Europe advances with safer air travel14 July 2015 A safer airspace over Europe by 2018 is materialising as ESA’s Iris precursor project today began development with the unlocking of a further €7.6 million of funding.
Flags are raised at ESA’s first UK centre09 July 2015
Flags are raised at ESA’s first UK centre09 July 2015 Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, and Jo Johnson, UK Minister of State for Universities and Science, today watched ESA Member States’ flags rise for the first time at the Agency’s first centre in the UK.