Gareth Evans

Dr Gareth Evans spent nearly twenty years, developing and implementing commercial R&D, waste/water recycling and pollution control programmes, gaining experience in land and wetland management, project management and pilot plant design/commissioning. He was also responsible for feasibility studies for European 5th framework programme and involved as a consultant on a projects in the UK, Europe, Turkey and Tasmania. A member of the European Federation of Biotechnology, he was then approached to lead the Environmental Biotechnology teaching at the University of Durham. He now writes extensively on environmental, scientific and technical subjects in a variety of international magazines and online media.

All articles by Gareth Evans

  1. Extreme weather testing military aircraft: inside the world’s largest climatic laboratory

    "Extreme environmental testing of weapon systems is a vital necessity in any global military effort," wrote Clendon L. Hendrickson in…
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    3 Nov
  2. Storm Shadow – ushering in a new era of British procurement ideology

    With defence budgets slashed, the drive to maximise the capability that dwindling resources can buy has inevitably grown. It is…
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    17 Apr
  3. Sixth sense: Asia’s race for early warning missile detection capabilities

    Modern military operations rely heavily on controlling the skies, and while close air support is probably the most conspicuous aspect…
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    28 Nov
  4. Flying fraudulently – how a weak supply chain became the USAF’s worst enemy

    "Vulnerabilities throughout the defense supply chain allow counterfeit electronic parts to infiltrate critical US military systems, risking our security and…
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    24 Sep
  5. Air force innovation: leaning on the private sector

    As most major air forces begin to feel the bite of the current round of severe budget cuts, they are…
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    30 Jul
  6. Deployable air traffic control – from off the radar to off the shelf

    This new mobile air traffic management system is intended to be used at forward operating locations, either early on in…
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    5 Jun
  7. Air-to-air missiles – expanding the no-escape zone

    Aerial dogfights are rare in modern times – the statistics speak for themselves. More than 16,000 Hughes / Raytheon AIM-120…
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    10 Apr
  8. Israeli Surveillance: Technologies of the Future

    The State of Israel was born amid conflict, and its unique position in global geopolitics has ensured that issues of…
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    2 Feb
  9. The Future of Procurement in a United Asian Sky

    With Asia-Pacific united by unprecedented levels of cooperation towards enhanced regional peace and stability, the sense of optimism engendered seems…
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    16 Feb
  10. New Paths for Asian Air Defence

    The shape of the Asia-Pacific defence landscape continues to evolve as the ongoing moves to reorganise and re-equip armed forces…
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    7 Dec
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