Parnall Panther Update by Simon

This week has been about fairing profiles, particularly the bulge on the rear fuselage. Due to the pilot sitting higher out of the aircraft, this needs to be taken in to account when air passes around the aircraft during flight.

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Trelonk Farm Update by Adam

Late Autumn is a somewhat more quieter time on the farm. We opted against cultivating winter crops, in part due to the weather which has been very off-putting, but also because our focus remains on niche oils seeds which almost

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Spitfire Update 19.11.19

From the workshop this week we have seen progress being made on wing structure for both wings. This has involved some intricate angles being manufactured and the use of jig boards to ensure the accuracy needed. The aft fuselage has been attached

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What comes after sustainable? by Matt

The powerful global movement towards sustainability and carbon neutrality is of course hugely significant but what if all that effort isn’t enough. Sustainability in construction assumes that standing still or arresting the decline and negative environmental impact is sufficient action;

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A (Multi) Million Dollar Question by Johnny

Asking the question “Does your project identify a need your market doesn’t know it wants yet?” is really the million-dollar question.  Every business (or business to be) would like to think that they have the answer to this. However, the question

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Solving Global Warming by Matt

Our mission with HEMPOSITE® is to disrupt conventional construction by delivering a versatile off-site factory built system that offers phenomenal structural and energy performance, environmental credibility and capacity to be self-powering through integrated renewable energy generation. Although we are yet

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