Boeing’s New Alabama Research Center Opens, Will Work on Materials For Advanced Aircraft
Boeing has announced its new Huntsville, Alabama research center has opened, which will mainly work on materials for future advanced aircraft and possibly spacecraft.
NASA’s Space Launch System for deep space travel has been in by Boeing engineers in Huntsville.
“The next 100 years of innovation starts here,” said Steve Swaine, leader of the Boeing Research & Technology-Alabama (BR&T-Alabama) research center, in a statement. “We’ve brought together a team made up of the best and brightest in data analytics, advanced engineering and many other disciplines to help Boeing create, develop, produce and support the best aerospace products in the world.”