U.K. Funds Aerospace Center

The annual U.K. budget presented to Parliament by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne late last month had at least one unexpected announcement: a new virtual center for aerodynamics, to be funded over the next two years with £60 million ($94 million).

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