The four year Bloodhound project was born after the present Science Minister Lord Drayson, then at the Ministry of Defence, decided an iconic engineering feat was needed to inspire future generations. The man he turned to was Richard Noble, current holder of the world land speed record with the Thrust SSC team – the first car to break the sound barrier.
BLOODHOUND SSC Mission:
- To confront and overcome the impossible using science, technology, engineering and mathematics
- To motivate the next generation to deal with global 21st century challenges
TeM are proud to be a part of such a phenomenal team along side such prestigious organisations that value understanding the impacts they have and can generate for people now and generations to come.
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