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  • Sophie Dent, Submarines Engineerng Graduate

    Friday June 23 2017

    Why diversity is so important

    One of our graduates, Sophie Dent, shares her perspectives of being a female engineer on International Women in Engineering day

    Our Employees, Education and Skills

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    Our EmployeesEducation and Skills
  • Soldiers training on a General Support Bridge © BAE Systems plc

    Tuesday May 09 2017

    New military bridges will give greater flexibility and increased reliability

    Business, Technology and Innovation

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    BusinessTechnology and Innovation
  • Image of Audacious leaving Devonshire Dock Hall, April 2017

    Thursday May 04 2017

    Why I am proud of Audacious

    Hear from the Commanding Officer of Audacious, the fourth ship in the Astute class to be launched, on why this key milestone has made him immensely proud.

    Technology and Innovation

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    Technology and Innovation
  • Image of Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank with Union Jack © BAE Systems plc

    Friday April 07 2017

    Hear how it feels to work on the iconic Challenger 2 tank

    Hear our engineers talk about their continuing work on the British Army’s Main Battle Tank, which was designed and built by BAE Systems and its legacy companies.

    Our Employees, Technology and Innovation

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  • Image showing robot and human hands together

    Thursday October 13 2016

    Human+: A responsible vision for human-machine collaboration

    Technology exists to augment and improve human capabilities - to overcome the physical limitations of the human body. From the telegram to the jet engine, electricity to the internet, humans have always worked in partnership with technology to achieve more. To do what would otherwise have been impossible.

    Technology and Innovation

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    Technology and Innovation
  • Image showing the first tank

    Thursday September 15 2016

    Celebrating 100 years of the Tank

    The world’s first tank went into combat 100 years ago today in the First World War’s Battle of the Somme, having been designed and built by British engineers to help break the deadlock of trench warfare.

    Technology and Innovation

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    Technology and Innovation
  • Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

    Monday October 26 2015

    Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

    The second winner of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering (QE Prize) will be awarded today to Dr Robert Langer by Her Majesty The Queen.

    Our Employees, Education and Skills

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    Our EmployeesEducation and Skills
  • Inspired by nature

    Friday October 02 2015

    Inspired by nature

    90 years ago we saw the first flight of the Moth aircraft - one of the most iconic, innovative and important planes of all time. Designed and produced in 1925 by “The De Havilland Aircraft Company”, a predecessor of BAE Systems, the Moth encapsulates the technological innovation that still defines BAE Systems today.

    Technology and Innovation

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    Technology and Innovation
  • Typhoon tablet technology

    Tuesday July 07 2015

    Keeping tabs on Typhoon

    Shaun Waddington, Engineering Lead on the project, explains how BAE Systems engineers are bringing tablet technology to the Typhoon aircraft.

    Technology and Innovation

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    Technology and Innovation
  • Investing in Hampshire’s young people

    Thursday May 28 2015

    Investing in Hampshire’s young people

    BAE Systems Maritime Services has a proud record of delivering excellent development opportunities to a diverse range of young people through our apprenticeship and graduate programmes which are increasing year on year.

    Education and Skills

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    Education and Skills
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