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Aerospace institutes on the horizon

The DLR, Germany’s national aerospace agency, is to launch seven research institutes in the coming months.

The DLR was allocated funding to set up new institutes by the budget committee of the Bundestag, Germany’s lower house of parliament, in November. On 28 June, its senate approved the scientific concepts for seven institutes.

The institutes will focus on: gas turbines, maritime infrastructures, digital simulation, system architectures, aircraft maintenance, data science and networked energy systems. They will be located in Augsburg, Bremerhaven, Dresden, Hamburg (which will host two), Jena and Oldenburg.

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