We have launched our NEW website!
After a great deal of hard work and dedication, we are delighted to officially announce the launch. It can be accessed at the same URL:
We have been eager to make sure that your experience is as smooth as possible by simplifying the process of applying for roles, providing useful information about our services, and updating the look and feel to offer a clean, modern design and easy navigation.
The purpose behind the new look and feel of the Grafton Technology website is to better provide resources and information to clients and engineers. The website will highlight all of the tools and resources available at the click of a button.
Keep checking back regularly as we will be updating our news section with space sector highlights, articles, and resources. We hope you love the new updated look of the website!
A UK-led experiment to tackle space junk has been sent into orbit. It takes the form of a small satellite that will practise techniques for tracking debris and capturing it. The RemoveDebris system is heading to the International Space Station where astronauts are expected to set the experiment running in late May. Space junk is an ever-growing problem with more than 7,500 tonnes of redundant hardware now thought to be circling the Earth.
Happy Easter from Grafton Technology, spring is finally upon us!
“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome."
― Anne Bradstreet
New year, new job!
Happy New Year from all of the team at Grafton Technology! Best wishes for a 2018 filled with health, happiness, and spectacular success.
Event: 'London Space Week'
Location: Glaziers Hall, London
04/10/2017 - 05/10/2017
London Space Week (LSW) is one of Europe’s major business-to-business space events dedicated to space applications, launch vehicles, satellites and space-related technologies, with delegates including SMEs, investors, buyers and space agencies.
Grafton Technology Ltd is proudly sponsoring the third edition of London Space Week.
Workshop: 'Training Needs and Opportunities in the Space Sector'
Location: European Space Agency, Harwell
30/05/2017 - 01/06/2017
We are speaking at the 'Training Needs and Opportunities in the Space Sector' course held by Catena Space at the European Space Agency in Harwell. The interactive workshop is being held to assess the need in the UK space sector for training to address the perceived skills gap.
Event: 'Inspiring Women in Technology'
Location: WeWork offices in Devonshire Square, London
On Tuesday evening at the WeWork offices in London, Outsource UK welcomed professional females, undergraduates and post graduates to come along to their inaugural Women in Technology event, an evening held to challenge some of the preconceptions around jobs in technology.
An opportunity to hear from senior business women who are making a success of their careers in diverse technology roles. Focusing on the future generation of female's within IT & Technology roles, a scheduled Q&A plus networking event for those looking to hear from today's successful female workforce.
The ladies of Grafton came along to join the debate:
Event: 'UK Space Conference 2017'
Location: Manchester, UK
30/05/2017 - 01/06/2017
Grafton Technology were delighted to attend the 2017 UK Space Conference - an event designed to bring together people and groups from within and outside the space community. The conference is a 2 and a half day forum to discuss the changing political, economic and technological landscape impacting the UK space industry.
Visions and ideas for using space, its technology and satellite enabled-services to shape our future were exchanged, and discussions were held on how new knowledge and space-based capabilities can drive social and economic progress into the 2030s and beyond.
Attended by over 1,200 delegates, the UK Space Conference proved to be an unmissable forum for the UK and international space community, bringing together government, industry, academia, customers, suppliers, education providers, researchers and the financial community.
Reaction engines began building test facility for hypersonic engine
Reaction Engines Ltd. has begun construction of a new engine test facility where it plans to undertake the first ground based demonstration of its revolutionary SABRE™ air-breathing rocket engine; a leading contender for the next generation of hypersonic flight and space access vehicles. Read more here.
Reaction engines began building test facility for hypersonic engine.
AFC Bournemouth vs Madrid shirt sponsorship
Thanks to AFC Bournemouth for a great day as Associate Shirt Sponsor. We were delighted to win the quiz & watch the AFCB performance!