Our quarterly roundup of some of the successes for Cranfield alumni.
Solar energy will become a prominent source of electricity in the next few years, however, there remains several challenges to be addressed.
What does a typical day at work look like for Professor Nick Lawson, and what made him want to become a pilot in the first place? Check out our interview and get to know him a little better.
How to address the challenge of creating local and global “field to fork” connectivity from small-scale farmers while moving to sustainable solutions
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Find out how you can use Cranfield's recruitment services to fill your vacancies
With our international alumni communities, wherever you are in the world, you’ll never be far away from a friendly Cranfield face.
Dr Kristell Le Corre Pidou reflects on an escape room-inspired outreach project delivered in schools by Cranfield Water Science Institute
If you’re interested in learning more about AI, there are several ALO resources you can access to stay informed.
Our oceans and coasts are under growing pressure as human practices change, populations rise and the impact on climate change increases.
What are the real world, here and now applications for AI in construction?
What do we need to consider when it comes to setting out ethical frameworks, minimising unfair bias and managing cybersecurity risks?
Cranfield alumna Neha Chauhan has been named as one of nine finalists in this year’s Study UK Alumni Awards in India.
We are currently seeking expressions of interest for one of the School of Management Alumni Vice President roles.
Following the "Watch this space" webinar, here are some ALO resources to learn more about the space industry.