Last week we had the pleasure of digitally welcoming over 40 guests to our webinar on "Dutch Aerospace research focus during wartime". Bram Elsenaar, presenter and author of the book 'Onder de vleugels van Göttingen - Het Nationaal Luchtvaartlaboratorium in de Tweede Wereldoorlog', hosted a very interesting lecture on the role that the NLL and some of the key stakeholders in the Dutch Aerospace research field played during WOII. What followed were intriguing discussions with and between the participants, on the ethical duties and responsibilities of engineers. There is definitely more food for discussion here, maybe a topic worth dedicating an upcoming seminar to?