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Biodegradable foam aircraft seats, better synchronized turbines to reduce engine noise: we can already say that the European Clean Sky research programme has inspired the world of aviation research. On the occasion of the ILA Airshow in Berlin, Clean Sky 2 presented its new academy for young researchers; with the aim of creating a stronger bond with young scientists to invent the future of aviation.

Jean-Francois Brouckaert, Project Officer Sustainable and Green Engines at Clean Sky: interview in the video.

To date, Clean Sky has worked mainly with universities and research centres. Now, students will have the opportunity to participate directly in the Clean Sky programme with these research projects, and perhaps, as did this young researcher from the University of Nottingham, receive the Clean Sky Academy Award.

Tao Yang, research professor - University of Nottingham: interview in the video.

A dozen projects, all the more at the cutting edge of innovation than others competed this year. The jury found that the tool that Tao Yang has developed best met the challenges of the sector, notably for ever more electric aircraft.

Tao Yang, research professor - University of Nottingham: interview in the video.

Please note, enthusiasts, Clean Sky 2 is to launch a new call for projects in three weeks time.

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