7 February 2012
19:00 - 21:00
With our growing love of flying, are there radical changes in store for air travel? Will aeroplanes of the future fly themselves? Fancy a trip to Sydney? Join us to explore the technology that could get you there four hours...
Join facilitator Tim Robinson from Aerospace Magazine, and engineers Daniel Smith, Jonathan Masters and Ben Thornber to discuss future trends in aviation, from autonomy to hypersonics, and to consider whether our shrinking planet is really sustainable.
This event is supported by the Royal Academy of Engineers.
This event is part of the Climate Changing programme, which is supported by:
Principal sponsors Shell and Siemens
Major sponsor Bank of America Merrill Lynch and major funder The Garfield Weston Foundation
With additional support from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Patrons of the Science Museum and members of the Founders Circle: Climate Changing programme.
To find out about more thought-provoking events look out for the latest listings: www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/climatechanging