Students’ amphibious airplane design wins international prize, plus animation class projects on display

A group of Kansas University aeronautic design understudies simply won a worldwide prize for a land and/or water capable flying machine outline called the BATWinG — imagined to transport individuals in beach front urban communities less expensive, speedier and greener than different methods of open transportation. BATWinG, an acronym for “Bay Area Transport, Wing-in-Ground-impact,” took… Read More