Terry Ventre

Terry Ventre

Feature Writer

M.Eng Aerospace Engineering

Terry is a recent graduate from the University of Liverpool, with a Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering. He has always had a passion for writing and studied Literature in English at Marlborough College at A level. Terry's dissertation at university related to medical engineering, where he built a test rig to analyze the material properties of soft robotic actuators to be used in a medical setting.

Articles from Terry

Advancing Hydraulic Solutions with Additive Manufacturing

Monitoring Aerospace Components with 3D Metrology

Candela C-POD: The Most Efficient All-Electric Boat Motor to Date

The Future of Shape Memory Alloys for Aircraft Landing Noise Reduction

The Industry's First Multiple Power Source Battery for Emergency Power Usage

3D Printing Metallic Implants: Technologies Available and the Future of the Industry

Introducing an Underwater 3D Printer for Seabed-Level Repairs

Why Tribology is Important in Mechanical Engineering

How 3D Printing Could Help to Regrow Teeth from the Root

Ebusco 3.0: Redefining Public Transport with Game-Changing Composite Materials

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