Europe may not have a single NASA-like organization to act as a focal point for aeronautics research, but it does have Clean Sky. Now entering its culminating phase of demonstrations, and with a follow-on program starting, Clean Sky is having a powerful structuring effect, aligning not only European Union (EU)-funded research but also national programs with common aviation goals. That alignment has boosted Clean Sky 2, which begins this month and runs to 2024, to an almost €4 billion ...

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