The Freeman Air and Space Institute is an inter-disciplinary initiative of the School of Security Studies, King’s College London providing independent, original knowledge and understanding of air and space issues. FASI has been established thanks to funding support from the Royal Air Force through the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL). The Freeman Institute is dedicated to generating original knowledge and understanding of air and space issues. The Freeman Institute seeks to inform scholarly, policy and doctrinal debates in a rapidly evolving strategic environment characterised by transformative technological change which is increasing the complexity of the air and space domains.
The Freeman Institute places a priority on identifying, developing and cultivating air and space thinkers in academic and practical contexts, as well as informing, equipping and stimulating relevant air and space education provision at King’s and beyond.
Freeman Air & Space Institute Launch and Roundtable - 23rd September
The Freeman Air and Space Institute was launched at an online event in September involving politicians, former civil servants and air and space industry professionals.
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British Spacepower and the Integrated Review - 20th November
The Freeman Air and Space Institute held a virtual event in November for the release of their paper written by Dr Bleddyn Bowen examining the role of spacepower and space policy in the context of the Integrated Review. We then had a panel of experts comment on the paper followed by a question and answer session.
Watch the full event online here