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Half the world’s nuclear reactors are controlled using our systems and services.
Every 2.5 seconds, a Rolls-Royce powered aircraft takes off or lands.
Our environship cuts CO2 emissions by 40 per cent.
In 2016, we invested £1.3 billion in research and development.
Our engines have powered some history’s most iconic aircraft, from the Spitfire to Concorde.
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Andrew Lodge

Manufacturing Graduate Programme

"Without a shadow of a doubt, the best thing about Rolls-Royce is the people."

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Hannah Beattie

Internship

"Working as part of a team is great - the lab is very much a tight knit team and I've been so warmly welcomed into it. I'm definitely a valued member of our team."

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Rolls-Royce on course with autonomous ships

Prospect of "drone" cargo ships steps forward with control centre technology Rolls-Royce has offered a glimpse into the future of unmanned shipping, revealing its vision of a land-based control centre to operate autonomous ‘drone’ cargo ships.  The shore control centre is the latest in the company’s oX (operator experience) series and employs smart screens, voice recognition, holograms and surveillance drones to remotely monitor unmanned vessels. It is staffed by a crew...

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Rolls-Royce to create 350 jobs at Derby plant

Jobs come as company ramps up production of the Trent XWB engine Rolls-Royce is to create hundreds of jobs at its Derby site over the next year as it begins ramping up production of its new Trent XWB engine. Reports have said that around 350 new jobs at the Rolls-Royce civil aerospace site in Sinfin, Derby, could be created. Rolls-Royce said: “As we ramp-up production of the Trent XWB to deliver on £30 billion worth of orders, we are working with employee representatives to...

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