ETSIAE hosts a researchers meeting organised by the Belt and Road Network Aerospace Innovation Alliance (BRAIA) network.
The second satellite developed by the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) provides the industry with a low-cost space platform to undertake in-orbit test to check the operation of its equipment.
Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid are involved in the development of specific molecular scaffolds which are able to deliver drugs and diagnostic agents to the neuroblastoma, an aggressive tumor in children.
After overcoming the prescriptions indicating areas for improvement when the Label was granted, the Undergraduate's Degree in Aerospace Engineering by the UPM will maintain the EUR-ACE quality label at least until 2023.
Together with the Spanish multinational Aernnova Aerospace UPM researchers have developed a new type of propeller which allows small satellites to be launched into Earth orbit.
The Deputy Director of External Relations and Quality of ETSIAE was elected at the last meeting of PEGASUS Council to chair this Partnership of the best European Aerospace Universities.