Can Europeâ€™s civil aerospace industry reach across national borders and competitive barriers to join forces in effective aeronautical research? At the halfway mark in the European Commissionâ€™s seven-year, â‚¬1.6 billion ($2 billion) Clean Sky aeronautical research program, the answer appears to be â€śyes,â€ť leaders of the effort say. Now plans are being drawn up for a second, larger research program, Clean Sky 2, to run in 2014-20. If approved, this would take technologies to higher readiness ...
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